What To Do If You Want To Stop Smoking But Everything You Have Tried So Far Has Failed:
Are you a smoker that wants to quit?
Has your doctor (or someone who cares about you) told you to give up smoking?
Or perhaps you’re a habitual smoker who desperately wants to stop – and you’ve probably already spent (and wasted) lots of money on a variety of smoking cessation products and techniques.
However, as you’re reading this webpage it’s probably because none of those products or techniques has enabled you to stop smoking (for good).
Let’s take a look at some of the common smoking cessation products and solutions available to you:
(1) – Hypnosis: You’ll see many hypnotists boasting of a 90% success rate with smoking cessation. And that may well be true. However, what they don’t tell you – and what they don’t want you to know – is this: Within a year, many of the people who “quit” smoking through hypnosis are back smoking again.
(2) – Subliminal Programming: You’ll see lots of promises about being bout to “automatically” stop smoking by listening to subliminal programming and the like. Just one problem. Subliminal programming has been proven every which way from Sunday not to work. Just ask anyone who has tried subliminal programming to stop smoking!
(3) – Nicotene Patches: Well think about it. With nicotine patches you’re really just swapping one addiction (cigarettes) for another addiction (nicotine patches). All nicotene patches really do is give you another “quick fix” source of nicotine. That’s why the smoking cessation failure rate of nicotine patches is extremely high.
In fact, it’s documented by The Journal of American Medical Association that just 10% to 12% of smokers actually quit smoking because of nicotine patches.
(4) – Lozenges: Much like nicotene patches – Lozenges only really give you another “quick fix source” of nicotine.
(5) – Willpower: I think you already know this doesn’t work for the vast majority of smokers. And if it worked for you, you wouldn’t be reading this.
(6) – The Release Technique: The Release Technique is a scientifically proven of releasing feelings that make us do things we don’t really want to do. For example, with the Release Technique you first “get in touch” with your craving feeling to smoke and then, simply “release” the craving feeling.
For example, let’s say you’re a 60 a day smoker. Let’s also say you’ve been a heavy smoker for the last 40 years or more.
Now imagine you’ve just had a “stressed fueled” day at work. To make it worse, you had a blazing row with your boss. And you’re as tense as a coiled spring.
Normally, you’d have to take a smoke to calm down.
But, knowing how to use the Release Technique – you’d simply allow yourself to become aware of your intense craving feeling to take a smoke… and (using the Release Technique) – you’d simply allow those feelings to “come up” and “release.”
And before you know it, your intense craving for a smoke will have gone.