Welcome back to Nailed It, the how-to show that’s still trying! Today we’re going to help you quit smoking.
Written by and starring: Nick Douglas
Directed, produced, and edited by: Tom Leveritt
Drug dealer: Jason Oberholtzer
Filed under: Nailed It
Tagged with: Featured Post, how-to, Jason Oberholtzer, nailed it, Nick Douglas, quitting smoking, Slacktory original, smoking, Tom Leveritt
Here’s some helpful info for anyone that wants extra help with this! http://www.elephantjournal.com/2013/06/read-this-instantly-quit-smoking-catherine-beekmans/
There is no specific solution for quitting smoking. you just need to control your mind for not smoking any more cigarettes.
If you have tried so many thing to quit smoking but still not succeeded is because you have not tried e cigarette yet. So just try e cigarette once and realize its effect on your health. It will surely help you to quit tobacco smoking.
I smoked a little longer than Nick did and needed a quit smoking program to get me over the hump. For the curious who may need such help as I did -it is below.
Dave in NYS
How to Stop Smoking in a Second. Cold turkey, stop smoking classes, nicotine patches, nicotine gums- people have been trying to help these smokers quit their habit and change their lifestyles
But are these alternative solutions really effective? Do they even work at all?
These regimens may all seem relative to many because success can be defined by thousands of standards
In the real setting, these quit smoking programs are considered to be having minimal effect on the people that signed up for it
In another perspective though, it does not necessarily mean that they should be snubbed and not tried at all
A smoker’s main mentor in order for him to quit his smoking habits is none other than himself
Unless he tells himself that he can do it and that he will stick to his regimen, nobody else can help him
The success of any treatment depends on the person involved
There are those who say that smoking is an addiction and that it is a hard habit to break
But as said earlier, the smoker should be the one to decide whether or not he would quit.
eCigs helped me quit after 35 years of smoking.
If you slip up and smoke a cigarette, it doesn’t mean that you can’t get back on the wagon. You can choose to learn from the slip and let it motivate you to try harder or you can use it as an excuse to go back to your smoking habit.
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