Stop Smoking Programs
by Max Bellamy
It is estimated that smoking kills 400,000 people a year. Unfortunately, there is no magical cure for nicotine addiction. More often than not, smokers who try to stop smoking without help fail. Smoking should be viewed as an illness requiring comprehensive treatment.
use of combinations of natural side-effect-free treatments, breathing and exercises, hypnotherapy and other techniques. Stop smoking programs generally employ meditation, yoga, and walking exercises. Many programs advise you to put something else your mouth such as chewing gum or a straw.
Most stop smoking programs make use of special products. There are videos and compact discs that show you how to breathe differently available. These videos teach you how to expand your rib cage to allow for expansion of your lung volume. Many stop smoking programs use diaphragm strengtheners. Oxycleanse is another product used by stop smoking programs. They also make use of sprays designed to reduce cravings for tobacco and cleanse the body of nicotine toxicity. Some of the stop smoking programs supply oils that relieve lung congestion.
Many stop smoking programs supply books and guides telling you how to rebuild lung tissues and how to keep them clean. Certain stop smoking programs supply a holistic health questionnaire for you to fill up. Books detailing the heinous practices and deadly strategies of the tobacco industry are part of many stop smoking programs.
Vitamin C helps to reverse the damage done by tobacco. Vitamin and nutritional rejuvenation plan is part of many good stop smoking programs. Most stop smoking programs ask you to sit down and write out your plan for quitting. This helps to make you understand the pros and cons of quitting. A number of stop smoking programs help you identify your smoking triggers. They also seek the support of your family in case you fall into a state of depression. Many stop smoking programs begin by setting a quitting date.
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