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Please Stop Smoking, My Love, Please Stop Now

Please Stop Smoking, My Love, Please Stop Now

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Stop Smoking Now, Imagine Never Craving a Cigarette Again – Your Whole Lifetime The new fresh-smelling you, with more energy as well as more calmness, will delight you – and will amaze your relatives, friends, and colleagues. Everyone else who cares about you is about to congratulate you that you really quit smoking
Stop Smoking Now, Imagine Never Craving a Cigarette Again – Your Whole Lifetime The new fresh-smelling you, with more energy as well as more calmness, will delight you – and will amaze your relatives, friends, and colleagues. Everyone else who cares about you is about to congratulate you that you really quit smoking

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Published by: patodor on Jan 08, 2012
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 ==== ====Stop Smoking Nowhttp://tinyurl.com/stopsmokingxxx ==== ====Stop Smoking Easily and for Keeps! This article is written for smokers who have had moments ofdoubt, for those who have not only wanted to quit but have tried to. The article is written for thosewho were full of hope, who soared on the wings happiness when they felt they were about tosucceed in kicking a habit they knew was hurting them. It is an article, in short, for smokers whohave tried and failed to quit. Failure is something people would rather forget. Let's look at it for a moment instead. To pretendbitter moments of failure never existed prevents one realizing that what bobs in the wake of failedattempts to quit smoking is the conviction that quitting smoking is impossible to do. There is nologic in it. Nevertheless, who hopes to quit smoking but instead of doing it experiences the let-down of failure must view the dream of living a smokeless life as a disappointment. Who isdisappointed loses trust. If you cannot trust yourself to quit smoking, who can you trust? Thereason you think you cannot quit smoking relates to the fact that you have tried a number of timesand have failed. Is nicotine addiction stronger than you are? If you rely on your past experience of wanting to quitand not doing it, the answer is yes! The statistics concerning nicotine addiction are downrightdepressing. Experts, matching the number of attempts to quit smoking against the number ofsuccesses, have concluded that addiction to nicotine is worse than heroin addiction is! This is gristfor the fear that you cannot stop smoking. Why make a fool of yourself all over again? Your self-esteem is on the line, now isn't it? No! Since you are a burned child, in every sense of the word, burned by the smoke that stings youand by your failed attempts to quit, efforts to distance yourself from a commitment to quittingsmoking is a natural reaction. Rather than tell yourself, "I'm quitting today," you entertain thoughtsof what the best ways to quit smoking are. After all, you can go on living with a wrinkled face, nowcan't you? There are stop smoking shots to consider. There are stop smoking cigarettes, ones youcan puff on without really smoking. There is nicotine gum, stop smoking patches, hypnotherapy tostop smoking -- you name it, it is out there. Psst! Want a hot smoking tip? Why not stop smoking naturally? What does this mean? To stopsmoking naturally means to be a nonsmoker like you were before you started! Today you smoke;you have smoked now for quite some time. Things have changed in your life during that time. Forexample, there are many things, many interests you have let fall since you started smoking. Manyof them are sporty things, active things, interests you developed in the days before you smoked --things you did. The acceleration of your smoking habit modified your needs; things you loveddoing before you smoked gradually gave way to sitting around smoking, drinking coffee andchatting with your friends. It is easier for someone who has difficulty breathing freely through bothnostrils to smoke cigarettes while trading jokes and gossip with your pals. It is less demanding
than it is to shower and dress for a tennis match. None of this alters the fact that you are the same person you were before you smoked. Smokinghas replaced some of the things you did before your nicotine addiction took hold of you; but whatthis means is that the changes smoking has introduced into your life are not traceable to you but toyour smoking. The difference, in short, between the you who smokes and the you who did notsmoke is your continually smoking cigarettes! What this means is the minute you kick the smokinghabit, the you who lived and breathed before you smoked will begin to return to you. The interestsyou let drop in favor of having another cigarette will, like little lambs, all start flocking home themoment you stop smoking. Let me note here that anyone who inhales tobacco smoke, whether from a pipe, cigars orcigarettes, suffers pretty much the same effects. Thus, the phrase 'smoking cigarettes' is meant toinclude anyone who inhales tobacco smoke. What force moved the past efforts you made to stop smoking onto the failure list? Probably themost popular excuse people give for failing to quit is that their willpower broke down in the decisivemoment. Did you will yourself to smoke? The answer is no. Willpower has nothing to do with yoursmoking. Therefore it has nothing to do with stopping smoking. What keeps you smoking is thefact that the body very quicly rids itself of the nicotine you take in. When the pleasure centers inyour brain stem, "the brain's brain" notice a decline in the level of nicotine in your blood, it sends aneural message out, to which you intellectually respond with an incredible outpouring of excusesto redress the discovered imbalance in the levels of nicotine your pleasure centers crave since thereplenishment of nicotine is what they have become used to. In practice, this means when you have not inhaled any smoke for a while, a galaxy of sensationscommunicate the fact that should re-supply the nicotine that has gone missing. When peopleintentionally stop themselves from reaching out for their habitual next cigarette, the feeling stealsover them, a shrill, insistent, "Time for another one!" feeling. To defy this call for action centersnew nonsmokers' attention on the current sensations they are perceiving. "Hm-mm, my throat isdry. Oops, Isn't that a wee headache I'm feeling? What's that sensation in my lungs?" All theminutiae smoking has created in a smoker's body suddenly spring to attention like soldiers onparade, commanding every inch of a new nonsmoker's idle attention. Smokers attribute thecreaks, the wheezing, the aches and pains, the cravings they feel when they stop to not havingsmoked for a while, when in fact what is happening is that they are coming to notice, with a new-timer's intense accuracy, the sensations smoking causes them to feel now that they are turningdown new calls for a cigarette. Continual inhalation of fresh smoke masks the sensations yoursmoking through the years has caused. New nonsmokers notice the damage smoking has donethem; but instead of calling their sensations of pain by their right names call them "withdrawalsymptoms" instead. The psychology of tobacco addiction is a tracery of evasions: smokers will do almost anything tostop themselves from realizing the extent to which their addiction has done them in; theirrationalizations are the direct result of physical changes their bodies have sustained. The addicts,meanwhile, fastidiously deny every scrap of evidence of this, avoiding every thought of whysmoking is bad. Why not quit smoking forever? Without anyone mentioning her breathing at all,Eleanor will tell you she is wheezing today because of the high humidity index! 
She saw it on the news! Smokers are fully capable of dealing with the myths that keep them going; what one has inventedone may just as easily recognize and rid oneself of. Being conscious means knowing one's ownmind; Eleanor is capable of seeing through her rationalizations because every one of them is hers.She knows the reasons to stop smoking, too... Smokers turn on themselves the minute they stop smoking. They turn on themselves instead ofnoticing all the positive signs resulting from the refusal to pull nicotine, tar, chemical additives, freeradicals and all the other elements contained in smoke deep down into their lungs. The reasonsmokers do so is it is the mainstay of keeping their smoking habit alive. Without the incredibleinventory of lies smokers invent to reach out for their next cigarette, the smoking habit would diefrom sheer lack of attention! The actual sensations quitting smoking brings result from your body's freeing itself of nicotinewithin a day. Eight hours after your last cigarette, levels of oxygen and carbon monoxidenormalize. In 24 hours, your risk of heart attack decreases. After 2 days, damaged nerve endingsstart growing back. By the third day, lung capacity starts increasing. In 2 to 12 weeks, this increasewill reach 30%. Circulation improves. Over the next few months, cilia start growing back in thelungs, bringing fewer infections, less coughing and shortness of breath with them as they develop.The greatest long-term benefit is a steady decline in your chances of getting cancer. Ten yearsafter quitting, your chances of developing lung cancer are the same as though you had neversmoked. Smokers, in a word, lie to themselves the whole day through in order to keep smoking. Imaginewhat telling yourself the truth will do in place of the crazy dialog of lies smokers practice in theprivacy of their rather confused minds. When a smoker coughs a pathetic, wracking smoker'scough in a public place, often sympathetic friends, or even total strangers, turn one's way and say,"Hey, you really might think of getting rid of your smoking habit. It breaks my heart to hear a coughlike yours. Please think about looking after yourself a bit better..." This is as open and honest as asmoker's musings are private and twisted. "Look, she's a wonderful, rich, popular movie star andshe's smoking my brand in the love scene, too WOW." Nonsmoking is something you can do. It is not only wonderfully easy once you get the knack of it,you will start feeling better in a thousand ways from the very first day! Stopping is the antithesis ofthe self-torture smokers put themselves through by smoking, by working overtime pretending theydo not notice the things they notice very well indeed. The trick is not admitting it, how clever! Why not quit fooling yourself? To smoke is to pretend you have mastery in a basic master-slave relationship. Nicotine addictionis the master over every smoker who is the habit's slave. Smokers are the habit, the means bywhich the habit stays alive and the victims of the habit all in one! Smokers devote their wakinglives coddling their habit with a new excuse for every single cigarette they smoke. To lie is to keep the truth to yourself. To lie is to tell the victim whatever you think he or she willbelieve. Lying, in other words, is a theft! Liars keeps what they know is good and offer their victimsstuff they know is worthless. What is the situation, then, when you lie to yourself? You are liar and

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