“Stop Thinking About How You’re Going To Quit Smoking When You Can Instantly Stomp It In Less Than 30 Days With A Proven Set of Techniques…”
When your “last drag” lasts more than a week and quitting has become
nearly impossible, it’s time to use something that actually works.
“Quitting smoking is easy, I’ve done it a THOUSAND TIMES,” sounds familiar? If you’re anything like me, you have tried to quit thousands of times, yet the urge keeps coming back. Here’s the thing, addiction is all in your mind! It’s nothing physical - you just think it is.
It’s a mental game that you have to play by yourself and sometimes with a friend. Either way, you already know the hazards and health issues it causes.
You just ignore it and think that you’ll be the ONLY person in the world to not suffer from it.
Well, guess again! It pretty much adds up to one conclusion: CANCER!
It doesn’t matter if you’re sucking on menthol, lights, and even ultra lights, you’re simply paying to kill yourself and hurt the ones who love you. Smoking Is So Freak’n Cool!
Do you remember the first time you had your first drag?
The feeling wasn’t so great was it? That is because your body actually rejects poison.
I remember the first time I started. I was thinking it was the “cool” thing to do. I sat in my bathroom smoking ciggarrette after ciggarrette staring at the mirror as the smoke comes out. 15 minutes later, I finally realized something… I’m getting sick.
When you light up a ciggarrette, it goes directly through your bloodstream, affecting many parts of the body including your heart, metabolism, and even your brain. This causes you to age faster, eat inconsistently and think slower.
Not only is your life at risk, but you could be affecting your friends and family.
I use to be a heavy smoker - even when I had two babies. I kept thinking that it’s okay, because I go outside to smoke - never inside.
I even take the extra precaution to stay outside for a few minutes to “air” myself out. I even went as far as wash my hands afterwards. Okay, sometimes.
Is this what you’re doing now?
What I didn’t realize was that the smoke was in my breath and had soaked into my clothes. Without knowing, I was talking into my newborn’s face and playing with him all the time. I held him him in my arms because I love him so much.
It was such a joy… until the day my wife and I rushed him to the hospital. We found out that he was having breathing problems due to the smoke in my breath and in my clothes. I was heartbroken.
I knew I had to quit. I just didn’t know how. I was smoking several packs a day. I couldn’t just drop it cold-turkey, you know? No way!
Kick The Butt Once and For All
I tried all kinds of stuff. Nothing worked. Tried the patch. Tried hypnotism. Tried the pills. Nothing.
I started to do all kinds of research as to WHY I was so addicted and what must be done to quit smoking once and for all.
You have to understand, tabacco is made up of all sorts of chemicals, some of which are metals. Seriously, who wants to smoke beryllium (toxic metal)?
Smoking is harmful to smokers and nonsmokers alike.
Tobacco smoke alone could contain over 4,000 chemicals and it could affect people as much as 50 feet away. You smoke enough and it will travel along with you. You’ll have a very distinct odor where people will constantly try to avoid you.
Aren’t you tired of that?
There are countless numbers of people suffering from health roblems, such as cancer and strokes. Don’t add yourself to the statistics. Stop now before it’s too late.
“Kicking the Habit: A Smoker’s Guide” is your way to actually breaking that hellish cycle in all of its forms. It teaches you step-by-step how to mentally and physically prepare yourself for each and every obsticle you will face during your walk to nicotine FREEDOM!
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