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Sure-Fire Way to Rid Yourself of Nicotine in 5 Days

You can be rid of nicotine entirely in 5 days or less without the use of ANY drug, herbs, or supplements of any kind. And be rid of nicotine’s addictive effects and withdrawal symptoms at the same time.

Here’s the whole scoop–medical and scientific facts about nicotine. Nicotine is water soluble. Unlike many other chemicals and substances, it does not remain in fatty tissue, muscle or for that matter anywhere else.

The good news is because it’s water soluble, it is flushed out of your entire system simply by drinking a lot of water.

So, Water is the Key to Quitting Smoking?

Well, no. And, yes. It is an extremely important component of quitting smoking for sure. The quicker you lose the nicotine in your system then the quicker you can move on with being a permanent non-smoker.

Lots of water in the first few days also helps to remove some of the 4,000 harmful–some even toxic–chemicals in cigarettes and the sooner you get THEM out of your body the sooner you’ll be feeling much better.

Of course if it were as simple as just drinking lots of water in order to quit smoking then everyone who wanted to quit could do so at their whim–easy as pie.

Nicotine Withdrawal Kills 30,000 per Year in U.S.

No it doesn’t. It doesn’t even kill one. Research into the subject has not found one documented case of a death from nicotine withdrawal in the entire world.

Nicotine doesn’t even affect each person the same way. There’s not even any way to predict how it will affect you. Even if you’ve tried to quit before and didn’t make it, each time for each person is different.

Some people experience little to even NO withdrawal symptoms. Others have mild symptoms.

The advertising you see for nicotine gums and patches and the like might have you believe otherwise because they lump everybody together and treat nicotine withdrawal as really hard for everyone and that by using their product it makes it all easier.

How to Overcome Nicotine Withdrawals.

Well, I think you got the message that water makes a big difference. But still, symptoms can include headaches, a runny nose, maybe a few chills. Some people experience more severe feelings like dizziness and stomach upset.

So here’s the deal. At WORST, the symptoms are like having a mild case of the flu. You feel a little poorly for 3 or 4 days and then you feel better and better until you’re “well” again.

Also drinking fruit juices and getting extra vitamins B, C and E may help, as well just a nice 15 minute walk every day.

But in a worse case scenario can you live with feeling like you have the flu for a few days to gain an entire new life, a much healthier–and longer–existence on this earth?
Additional Ways to Overcome the Heebie Jeebies.

Okay, once the nicotine has left your body, the urges, cravings and “need” for a cigarette become much more upstairs than physical. The cravings, and subsequent physical feelings, come from you thinking and your self-talk.

That’s right your self-talk. Things like saying to yourself you “can’t stand it” without smoking. This type of self-talk torments you. You send clear signals to the brain saying you can’t stand it.

The brain is going to signal back: SMOKE.

More medical and scientific fact: the brain’s purpose is to steer us AWAY from pain and TOWARD pleasure. If you tell yourself you can’t stand it without smoking then what are you saying? Essentially you have sent a signal to the brain that says “I will die if I don’t smoke.”

That may sound kind of funny to you but it is indeed how our minds work.

The power of our own self-talk can be quite damaging to our own goals. But on the flip-side it can guide you through any moments of urges, and more importantly, the emotions behind the urges like stress or being mad, or having the blahs, or whatever.

So, Do I Need to Talk to Myself.

More importantly is to listen to yourself. Another human fact is this: the way we feel is governed by how we think. We humans have the wonderful ability to think about our thinking! And by watching our thinking–our self-talk–and knowing what to say, we can control our emotional upsets and most importantly the “stressors” that lead to causing us to light up.

That’s the essense of CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). And one of the best ways to learn how to use CBT to quit smoking is via hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy is widely accepted in the medical community as a successful and highly valid mode for smoking cessation.

Hypotherapy that utilizes CBT does so in a way to plant hypnotic suggestions into the subconscious to ease and/or eliminate such behavioral issues of what to do with your hands, dealing with usual smoking situations like with coffee or on the phone or out with friends, going to parties and social events, taking smoke breaks without smoking, and much more.

The most important thing is to keep trying. As many former smokers will tell you it takes a few times to get your mindset focused on carrying it through. Keep trying again because you can do it!

John Gullo Ed.D., P.A. DABP&H, DAPPA

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