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Things keeping you Smoking Cigarettes

If you are like most smokers, you have probably bought into the idea that nicotine is what is keeping you smoking. If you have thought about it even more, you may realize, that it is also the habit component that has kept you smoking. But there is something much deeper than both of these things that is actually keeping you smoking. It is your unconscious mind. I’m sure will agree that what I’m about to share with you here makes a lot of sense. The client’s I see often beat…

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Quit Smoking without Weight Gain

Quitting smoking without gaining weight can be a miserable stressful experience because of the nicotine withdrawals. Here you will find about cancer and natural health products I took and still take to detox after quitting smoking the nicotine from my system along with nicotine replacement therapy nicotine gum, nicotine patch, and no nicotine therapy, no nicotine herbal patch to quit smoking. Some of many chemical agents and carcinogens that are in cigarettes and cigarette smoke. People who are smoking are aware of the harmfulness without love for themselves or humanity,…

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Disease and Amputation of Fingers, Arms, and Legs caused by Smoking Cigarettes

Nicotine itself is not addictive, but it is responsible for releasing dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with pleasure and reinforcements in the brain, thus inducing addictive tendencies in humans. Nicotine is a chemical found in tobacco leaf, the main ingredient in cigarettes and is said to cause addiction and disease in cigarette smokers, (World Health Organization (WHO)). The cup itself is lined with nerve endings (tips of neurons). It is these nerve endings that release dopamine when the neurotransmitter acetylcholine binds with the cup-like acetylcholine receptors (cholinergic receptors). A reinforcing and…

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Hyypnotherapy – An effective way to help quit Smoking

Studies have shown that hypnotherapy is an effective way to help patients quit smoking and stay quit by creating a new pattern of thoughts, attitudes, behaviors, and response to smoking in their subconscious. By doing this the quitting program is actually part of the patient’s thinking process and requires minimal additional work on the side of the patient. The process of using hypnotherapy involves finding a therapist with experience specifically in helping you quit smoking and ideally with NLP training as well as hypnosis. It’s this combination of NLP and…

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