How to Quit Smoking - Three Mountains rise to Stop SmokingYou have searched everywhere, who has tried to quit cold turkey, who has researched the pills, injections, hypnosis, fasting apple, and more, and there is still something huge in your way! What am I doing wrong! You say, what makes all these other people succeed, and not me? Well, before cycling trip down into a pit of despair (that will never stop smoking), let’s talk a bit about three mountains you will have to climb on this trip to be smoke-free snuff.
Now, I’m sure the title sounds a bit ridiculous, but before hitting, realize that the three obstacles that stand in their way are just that: the mountains! You are about to rise, fall, and groan their way to their final destination. The saddest part of these issues are not people who have these obstacles in your way, is that under estimate.
A Mountain – nicotine
Let’s get the first mountain out of the way. The first mountain is the most obvious, and probably can not see but the tips of two of this mountain, but until you really understand how to overcome this, you never know the secrets of how to quit smoking.
Nicotine is addictive. It is the main culprit behind the ‘need’ for cigarettes, and like any other chemicals, must be emptied of its body. However, since this chemical creates a physical dependency, you will need to replace it with something until your body no longer This is where the physical withdrawals come from need. Physiological need for this substance. To put it bluntly: you are a druggy you need get clean.
Two mountain – Lies
There are cycles of lies that people go through when they start smoking, and the same goes for when you decide to quit. Here are three that are commonly used today reasons for not quitting, and each of them should not be believed.
It helps me relax and reduce my stress. (Incorrect)
I mcontraene eating everything, and gaining weight.
No it’s killing me, and I can leave whenever you want, it is something to celebrate and put in my mouth when I’m bored.
Believing the lies keep you linked to consumption of snuff forever. Rejecting them is the first step to getting over this mountain, but also leads to the final and most difficult mountain of them all.
Three Mountain – habits and learned behaviors
The first mountain was on the physical addiction, this last mountain (and you are tired of the first two, so far, this is a tough extra) is more about mental addiction. Will have to set yourself a path, and plan out the trek to this accontralado treacherous. This mountain has a lot of effort on your part to get more, and has loads of planning and preparation.