Reasons and excuses you are still smoking cigarettes

Why do you think you are still smoking cigarettes after all these years? Could it be the reasons and excuses?

Smoking Due To Stress
Smoking to Relax
No Will Power to Quit Smoking
Pleasure from Smoking
Concerned about Weight Gain

The thing that normally stops most people from making a decision to stop smoking is that they make excuses and have reasons. So we are going to handle them now and set them aside for good, OK?

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Protecting her pet Chihuahua, against an unhealthy environment

 Smoking Due to Stress

The biggest excuse most people use is probably that they smoke because of stress. It is usually the stress of their job, family, kids, and life. Stress used to be my friend Dan’s excuse.

Dan used to smoke about eight years ago. He had a job that was really stressful and he used to smoke cigarettes because he said he was stressed. And that is when I simply pointed out to him that maybe it wasn’t stress.  He was a bit surprised by my comment so I asked him, “do you smoke on the weekends?” Dan said, “yes, I still smoke on the weekend.” I then asked Dan, “do you still smoke when on vacation.” Dan said, “yes, I still smoke on vacation.” Then I said to Dan, “if you still smoke on the weekends, and when you’re on vacation, how can you say that you smoke because of stress? Isn’t the stress of the job gone when you’re on vacation and on the weekends?”

Dan smoked the same amount day in and day out. It is not as if on a really stressful day he had 80 cigarettes and the following non-stressful day he had five cigarettes. On the weekends, during stress, not stressed he smoked the same amount of cigarettes. So where is the stress? It is a great excuse but that is all it is – an excuse.

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 Smoking to Relax

A lot of smokers tell me that smoking relaxes them.

Now if you know anything about nicotine, you will know, it’s impossible to relax when you smoke, because nicotine is actually a stimulant.

When you inhale nicotine goes into your bloodstream and goes everywhere including your heart. Your heart sees nicotine as a poison and it increases your heart rate by about 12 beats per minute trying to get rid of the poison. This is why even when you haven’t smoked a cigarette in a while you may notice heart palpitations or feel lightheaded or dizzy, because the nicotine is a stimulant causing your heart and your body to react and try to get rid of it. Your stomach produces extra stomach acid every time you smoke cigarettes, about ½ a cup of extra acid for every 2 packs of cigarettes.

In a cigarette you have a powerful stimulant with nicotine plus other carcinogens that are stimulants. And if you add additional stimulants like caffeine or tea or coffee, you have at least three extremely powerful stimulants causing the body to be hyper excited. Is that person relaxed? Not even close. In fact, your body is working overtime trying to get rid of all the poisons and toxins, you just put into it. So it is absolutely impossible to smoke and physiologically relax. Any feeling of relaxation is just an illusion.

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No Will Power to Quit Smoking

Actually if you didn’t have any willpower, you wouldn’t ever get out of bed, you wouldn’t go to work, you wouldn’t make payments on a house, if you didn’t have any willpower you wouldn’t do anything. Willpower is what allows you to do the dozens of things that you do every day of your life, maybe even if you don’t want to do them. And you do that because you have to, that’s what willpower is! So actually, you do have lots of willpower. The only question is are you going to start using it to quit cigarettes? Because I know, under the right set of circumstances you could quit just by using willpower alone. No gum, patches, acupuncture, hypnosis, or anything.

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Pleasure from Smoking

Have you ever asked yourself, how many of those cigarettes you smoke, do you actually enjoy?

Most say 4 or 5. Some will often say 1 or even two.

Well, it takes about 4 minutes to smoke a cigarette, so that’s 4 x 4, or 16 minutes of enjoyment.

Now we know it is affecting your health. However what is your health when you get 16 minutes of pleasure or enjoyment from smoking a cigarette? Especially if you are suffering with coughing and shortness of breath, hacking up mucus each morning and not being able to do all the things you want to do. Then there is the smell and what about personal hygiene. Yes, we get those 16 minutes of enjoyment! Meanwhile you’re spending thousands of dollars each year. You may evern have the money so you can afford it – or maybe not. Studies show that it can take an average of 14 years off your life but then, what is 16 minutes of pure enjoyment? I mean, is it really worth it?

Of course not!  Remember you can book an appointment for hypnosis and become a non smoker in only one session. What is the Benefit – not only can you become a non smoker, you also have that Lifetime Guarantee.

Are you willing to let smoking cigarettes continue to control YOUR LIFE? 

If not – Book your appointment today and make that commitment to be free from the smoking habit.  You can also call 1300 619 684 (It will be answered with Master Your Life Power, Life Coach to Quit Smoking)

At the end of the session, you will be a non-smoker.

You won’t feel as though you are giving anything up, or having to cope with unpleasant withdrawals.

You will be satisfied and happy that you have now done what so many people only wish to do.

So what are you waiting for?

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