New Way To Quit Smoking Possibly Safer Than e Cigarettes
One of the most innovate ways to quit smoking to come along for a long time addresses the psychology of addiction to nicotine rather than the physical aspects. The effects, according to some, are almost immediate.
More bad news for cigarette smokers: the World Health Organization has recommended that “consumers should be strongly advised not to use” electronic cigarettes until a reputable national regulatory body has found them safe and effective.
True, smokers are accustomed to being advised not to use regular cigarettes, but what options are left to them now?
The better news is that one of the most innovate ways to quit smoking to come along for a long time addresses the psychology of addiction to nicotine rather than the physical aspects. Using a non-hypnotic therapeutic approach, it aims to eradicate once and for all the fear of quitting smoking. The effects, according to some who’ve tried it, are almost immediate.
One British woman said, “It’s like I never did smoke in the first place.”
Via a series of short videos, the smoker is taught, step by step, how to return to their natural, non-smoking state - the way they were before they ever lit their first one. Since no sense of lack is experienced, claim the developers, there is no desire for substitutes such as e-cigarettes.
The developers have such high confidence in it that they are backing it with:
- A 30 day guarantee and
- Offering a “taster” for just $1.
Smokers are caught on the horns of a dilemma: wishing they’d never started smoking in the first place versus the awful fear of never being able to smoke again.
Acknowledging this quandary at the outset perhaps makes “Walk Away Free” one of the most effective ways to quit smoking yet developed because the smoker feels understood from the outset.
Where other quit smoking methods begin by assuming the smoker cannot really quit and offers a substitute or even counseling, “Walk Away Free” identifies the illogic of smokers’ thinking, (“Would you buy a can of beans if the label said it would give you cancer?”) and moves swiftly onto disentangling the emotional hooks that have kept smokers trapped for so long.
With a New Year offer to sample the method for just a dollar, any smoker who has considered 2014 to be the year to quit may have just stumbled upon one of the best ways to stop smoking yet. Full details and the $1 trial are to be found at this website: http://wizardofwisdom.com/success-programs/walk-away-free-quit-smoking-in-2-hours/
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