Quitting Smoking? Cravings to Smoke Can Be Beat With This Technique
Are you thinking about quitting smoking? Cravings can be the biggest obstacle to kicking the smoking habit once and for all. Many smokers can easily stop smoking but once a serious craving to smoke kicks in their will collapses like a house of cards and they light up another cigarette. But there is a technique you can learn that will eliminate the cravings to smoke.
Trust me, I know. Several years ago I was struggling to quit smoking. I must have tried a hundred times to quit smoking. I actually did pretty good a couple times, quitting for a couple months but I always went back to my smoking habit. I was convinced that I just did not have the “will power” to quit smoking.
What I know now that I did not know then was that I was experiencing psychological almost subconscious cravings to smoke. The addiction to smoking is actually both a physical addiction to nicotine and psychological cravings to smoke.
The physical addiction to smoking passes within a week or so of quitting smoking as nicotine works its way out of the smokers system. But psychological cravings can last for months because the act of smoking becomes such a part of our lives that nearly anything we do or feel we associate with having a cigarette. These cravings are what are responsible for most people being unsuccessful at quitting smoking.
But there is a technique out there that is very successful at helping people to quit smoking because it specifically targets and removes the cravings to smoke. It is called NLP, or Neuro Linguistic Programming. It is a therapy technique that has been in existence for decades and thousands of smokers have been able to stop smoking using NLP techniques.
NLP is an all natural technique for quitting smoking. Cravings are removed with no negative side effects that often are experienced if you stop smoking using medications. NLP techniques can be practiced at home through the use of a simple audio program.