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Research shows that most people trying to quit smoking are doing it wrong


Ask almost any smoker or ex-smoker and they will tell you that “Quitting nicotine is as tough as getting off heroin,” or, “It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done.”  According to new research conducted at Yale, that’s because they are doing it wrong.  The technique used in the study is called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) .  The idea is to remove all cravings entirely instead of trying to fight them with will power.  If one does not crave nicotine, not smoking will actually be easy.  

The idea of removing the cravings isn’t necessarily new, that is exactly what Nicotine Replacement Treatments (NRTs) are attempting to do: curb the cravings.  “However it’s actually impossible to curb someone’s cravings for something by giving them that exact thing they crave…that’s like telling someone who loves ice cream that they will stop craving ice cream if they just eat a little bit less, it just doesn’t work,” says Devlyn Steele, CEO of Quit Smoking 24/7.  This is the reason for such a high failure rate, a point that Nancy Rigotti, director of the Tobacco Research and Treatment Center in Massachusetts says, “...research provides that many quit attempts fail because smokers do not use the most effective way.  Only one-third of smokers who try to quit use behavioral support, which has been proven to be effective.”

If CBT is so effective, why hasn’t anyone ever put it out there before? Availability, time and money.  The methods employed in a research setting by expensive trained professionals over several months is not something that is easily applied to the masses.  However, Devlyn Steele has changed all that with this new Quit Smoking Program.  Coach Steele has been personally using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with tremendous success for over 10 years.  Now he’s taken his entire program and put it online; so anyone can use CBT at their leisure using a computer or tablet and an internet connection. “I built this program because I know it works, which is why we’re now offering a Free Trial and a 30 day no questions asked money back guarantee.  Using CBT, I promise, quitting smoking will not be the most difficult thing you have ever done.”


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