How to Quit Smoking in 7 Easy Steps Even If You Can’t Stop Thinking About Smoking
If you’re a smoker, you’ve probably tried to quit many times in the past. Or maybe this will be your first try. If that’s you, how amazing would it be if you quit on your very first attempt? You might have tried patches, gum, vaping, pills… the list goes on!
What if you could Quit Smoking almost by magic? Maybe you want to live a long and healthy life. Or you could just be tired of coughing and wheezing all the time.
If you’ve tried everything to quit and nothing works..
Or you’re sick of all the coughing and wheezing…
Or even if your partner or doctor wants you to quit…
These days you find a lot of unhelpful advice out there.
You may have heard that all you need to quit is willpower. Most smokers have tried this.
I forget the exact number, but willpower only works as a method of quitting for something like 7% of smokers. And how many times did each of those have to try before they succeeded?
Or perhaps you’ve heard that you don’t need to use willpower at all and that you can quit with some kind of nicotine replacement product… patches, gum, and so on.
So we try willpower, and end up longing for a cigarette and eventually we give in. Or we try the patch or gum, and even though we don’t have the cravings, we’re still longing for a cigarette, and eventually we light up.
But focusing on either of these means we’re focusing on the wrong stuff…
What’s been found to work for thousands of former smokers is focusing on these 3 anchors.
First, Point of view. How likely is it that we’re going to quit if we think we enjoy smoking in some way? Or if we think it has some benefits?
Second, our habits around smoking. Even after we’ve dealt with our perspectives around smoking, unless we started today, smoking has already worked its way into our lives with countless habits that we perform automatically.
The phone rings, and we have a cigarette.
We need to take a break at work, so we head to the smoking area and have a cigarette.
Third, Nicotine. A lot of smokers worry that they won’t be able to cope with the cravings when they quit.
Studies have even shown that nicotine can be harder to kick than heroin. But what those studies don’t show is that the actual physical effects of nicotine cravings are minute.
And they vanish in less than five minutes.
What drives the cravings is the longing for a cigarette.
And with the right perspectives around all of this, you can not only look forward to those sensations…
There are simple tools that you can use to minimize the effects and make them go away much more quickly.
Once you understand how the three anchors hold smoking in place, you’ll know how to step outside of smoking so that you can quit.
Inside The Quit Smoking Formula:
- Why smoking has seemed so hard to Quit in the past.
- A simple 7-step process that anyone can follow to become a non-smoker.
- Uncover your reason to Quit.
- How to build resources so you don’t have to smoke.
- How to overcome panic attacks if you worry about not having a cigarette handy just in case.
- The reasons we smoke.
- How the smoking process works.
- The three anchors that hold smoking in place. And how to overcome them.
- Long-term strategies to remain a non-smoker for the rest of your life.
Whether you want to Quit Smoking for your health, to save money, to be there for your kids, to get rid of that stink, or for any other reason, The Quit Smoking Formula has you covered.
All for less than the cost of some cigarettes.
And in the unlikely event it doesn’t work for you, by the time you absorb the material you’ll appreciate how smoking works, which will make it much easier to Quit on future attempts.
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