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Susan says: "Hypnotherapy is powerful, .... it is a simple, yet radical way to gain control of your smoking habit. It is a mind-body revolution: a way to change the way you think about smoking forever.
"The concept of “mindfulness” is central to hypnosis and mindfulness is gathering force as a highly effective psychological tool, both in popular culture and mainstream psychology. Being more mindful to ensure that you never smoke again and you will not feel deprived or missing out on anything. Hypnotherapy does all of this.
"In effect I reprogramme your mind to not want a smoke ever again. So you are are ready to take action and quit smoking."
Many people think Allen Carr's Easyway is simply a series of tips to help smokers quit. It isn't. It's as if smokers are lost in a maze. They want to escape but they don't know the correct directions. Allen Carr's method provides a map of the maze and simple instructions to help any smoker get free. However, if you try to follow the instructions without first understanding the map, or you fail to follow all the instructions, you may never find the exit. It normally takes 5-6 hours for smokers to get free at Allen Carr's clinics. If you are serious about stopping, we strongly recommend you attend your nearest Allen Carr clinic or read the book "Allen Carr's Easyway To Stop Smoking" or "Stop Smoking Now" before making your attempt. It is particularly important that you understand Allen's central point that in reality there is nothing to give up because smoking provides you with no genuine pleasure or crutch and so you are not making any sacrifice at all and there is no reason to feel deprived. That may sound difficult to believe but I promise you it's true and understanding why is an essential part of stopping easily, painlessly and permanently. Once you've got it clearly into your mind that there are no advantages to smoking, then the following instructions will help you get free:
Quitting smoking is hard—just ask John Mellencamp. The 58-year-old rocker had a heart attack in 1994, but he still smokes. Mellencamp’s son Speck created a Facebook group in 2009 called "1,000,000 to Join, My Dad John Mellencamp Will Quit Smoking". If it attracted 1 million people, Mellencamp swore he’d kick the habit once and for all.
But you don’t have to be a rock star to find creative ways to quit smoking—though you’ll feel like one when you do. Here, some ex-smokers share the crazy things that finally helped them kick the habit.
Bury the evidence
"I once wrapped packs of cigarettes in a plastic bag and buried them in a flower pot on the back porch so that I would have to dig them up, extract a cigarette, and rebury the pack every time I wanted a smoke. That was 18 years ago!" — Pat Owens, Valley Stream, N.Y.
For millions of Americans, quitting smoking is high on the list of New Year's resolutions. Statistics indicate that fewer than one of every 10 former smokers manages to abstain from cigarettes for a full year, according to the University of Montreal.According to a study published in Psychiatry Journal, women should pay attention to their menstrual cycle.
The study from the University of Montreal found that a woman's menstrual cycle has a significant effect on nicotine cravings. In addition to either increasing or decreasing cravings, menstrual cycles have an effect on how intensely women experience their physical withdrawal symptoms. "Our data reveal that incontrollable urges to smoke are stronger at the beginning of the follicular phase that begins after menstruation," said Adrianna Mendrek, lead author of the study. "Hormonal decreases in estrogen and progesterone possibly deepen the withdrawal syndrome and increase activity of neural circuits associated with craving."
Millions of smokers around the globe will resolve to quit this New Year, and despite an increasing number of evidence-based interventions with proven efficacy, more people fail than succeed, leaving smoking to prevail as the world’s leading cause of premature death and disability (WHO global report, 2012). This begs the crucial question. What’s the best way to quit smoking?
Self-help, exercise interventions, group therapy, text-support, alternative therapies, e-cigarettes, behavioral therapy, mindfulness, apps, web-based aids, aversion therapy, nicotine replacement and other pharmacotherapies; the list of potential tools goes on. In fact, there is an overwhelming boom of scientific research investigating smoking cessation, with thousands of papers published this year alone. So how do we make sense of it all and say no to tobacco for good?
Well, that’s easier said than done. It seems that certain combinations of interventions boost one’s success, while other combos are simply a waste of energy and can even lessen your chances of successfully calling it quits. A person’s ability to kick the habit will also vary depending on an unknown number of individual factors, from age to how a person handles failure.
A study published this year in Addictive Behaviors consolidated our understanding of the main predictors of relapse. It reinforced the view that the psychological aspects of smoking and stages of behavior change, also known as the transtheoretical model (TTM), are far more important to quitting than the physiological addiction to nicotine itself. Continue reading “Quit Smoking in 2015” »
You bought a secondhand car and you’re all excited to take it on a ride. However, you can’t stand staying too long inside because of the strong and repugnant smoke smell. Apparently, the previous owner is a smoker. And now, you have to suffer the consequences of his smoking habits. Smoke smell is very resilient; it seems to make its way towards anything it wants to, from carpets to furniture, rags to walls, your garage to your car. It’s everywhere. And simply leaving the windows open does not completely remove the odor. Luckily, there are a lot of ways on how to get rid of smoke smell. And to make things even better, you can use things that can be found right in your very kitchen. So before your house smell like one massive ash tray, read on and start eliminating smoke smell.
1. Sprinkle baking soda.
Dust baking soda on your furniture and carpets and leave it overnight. This will allow the baking soda to absorb the smoke smell and other unpleasant odors. Vacuum it up after a day thoroughly and if the smell is not completely eliminated, just repeat the process. You can also use scented baking soda if you like. Continue reading “7 Ways to Get Rid of Smoke Smell” »
Quitting smoking can be a very difficult thing to do. When you decide that you want to stop smoking, research all the different methods at your disposal and choose the one that will suit your habit and personality best. While this method is one of many quitting methods, it has worked for a number of people, so it might just be worth consideration in your own case.
This method requires a little bit of willpower, but will stop your body's chemical addiction to nicotine and help prevent the psychological, as well as habitual drive to light up. Make sure you're healthy enough to follow the steps for any quitting method and it's always a good idea to talk to your doctor first.
Smoking, obviously, does your body no good whatsoever: It increases your risk of many kinds of cancer, it damages your lungs, it raises the risk of heart disease and stroke, it wreaks havoc with your looks. The good news is that you start to see measurable health benefits even just 20 minutes after quitting.
The American Cancer Society has tons of resources available for quitting on its website—including a Zombie Smokeout game that you can download to your phone in order to keep your hands and brain busy (and away from lighting up—plus, it's just fun). But I love the organization's quitting tips for specific personalities. Take a look:
The Cold Turkey: Someone who quits smoking all at once.
Tip for quitting: Kicking the tobacco habit offers some benefits that you’ll notice right away. Continue reading “The Best Way to Quit Smoking, Based on Your Personality Type” »