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what is the best way of stopping cigerate smoking?

how can a cigerate smoker who wants to stop smoking stop

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  1. raghu said :

    stop buying

  2. angieasee64 said :

    Will power, I heard. Puff puff

  3. Rose said :

    Not being smart but don’t light it up. Throw the ones away that you have and don’t buy anymore.

  4. karl said :

    mind over matter.

  5. whatotherway said :

    Only one way I’m aware of. Smoking is more addictive to most people than Heroin. Most of those who have quit will admit they still want to light up. My father, and many others who I’ve told this true story to, have quit, by waiting another five minutes before lighting up. Sometimes, he felt especially strong, and he’d say he’d wait an hour. Other times, he felt weak, so he would wait a minute. Almost every time, he stopped feeling like having one, before the time was up. When it wasn’t, he would wait another minute, which always seemed to work.

  6. absynthian said :

    One word: Valium

  7. Ronin said :

    find a reason, dont quit just bcause u want to but find the reason which is inevitable if u dont quit smoking. U will quit as soon as u find that reason

  8. sungirlval05 said :

    I just quit 3 weeks ago. Try acupuncture, it worked for me. Google stop smoking and your area and search for acupuncture. It still is hard sometimes, but willpower will get you through it. Acupuncture works, and I paid $200 for 3 sessions, and that is a hell of a lot cheaper than buying a bunch of cigarettes.

  9. micky3966 said :

    Stop buying them and lighting them. Seriously. You have to have will power and just stop doing it. There is no guaranteed way to stop. Only your own will power. Make the decision to stop and stick to it. It will be difficult at first but you can do it. Good luck.

  10. lilselena80 said :

    Exercise more…chew gum, and keep busy.

  11. sweet_Devil's said :

    stop it little by little, replace ur cigerate with some mints sweet or herbal sweet or gum. get busy and do more excercise.

  12. You Can Quit said :

    Quitting smoking is extremely difficult. The withdrawl makes us not want to, but we know the risks and we know that they are not worth it. For anyone who wants to end their nicotine addiction, check out This is the MOST effective method on the market. It is 86% effective and the details of the program are on the website (no signing up or submitting your information).

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  13. riddleinariddle said :

    I was also trying to quit, and here is something I found quite by accident. As I went on a boat ride, I took one of those over-the-counter sea-sickness or motion-sickness tablets. Well, I found that something about having this drug in my system caused cigarettes to taste incredibly horrible. I having been taking a couple of the pills every day and no longer have a desire to smoke. I will stop soon with the medication and hope the urge does not return.

  14. varekai said :

    This method works for me and is the only money back guaranteed.
    I quit smoking 2 years ago

    Get the Facts
    Easyway, founded by Allen Carr in 1983, has the highest independently verified 12-month success rate (75.8% for a smoker completing the program) of any quit smoking technique and a 90% satisfaction rating.

    Compare Easyway to other methods and see for yourself why Easyway is called “The Cadillac of quit smoking methods.”

    The Allen Carr Method

    Using psychotherapy, the method works in the opposite way to the “willpower” method. It does not concentrate on the reasons the smoker should not smoke : the money, the slavery, the health risks and the stigma. Smokers know all that already. Instead it focuses on why smokers continue to smoke in spite of the obvious disadvantages.

    It is fear that keeps smokers hooked!

    Fear the smoker will have to give up their pleasure or crutch. Fear the smoker will be unable to enjoy life or handle stress. Fear the smoker will have to go through an awful trauma to get free. Fear the smoker will never get completely free from the craving.

    The Method removes these fears
    Smokers quit with the Allen Carr Method as happy non-smokers, not feeling deprived but with a huge sense of relief and elation that they have finally achieved what they always wanted….


    What about the terrible withdrawal pangs from nicotine?

    The physical withdrawal from nicotine is so slight that most smokers don’t realise that they are addicts. What smokers suffer when they try and quit using other methods is the misery and depression caused by the belief that they are being deprived of a pleasure or a crutch.

    The Allen Carr Method removes this feeling of deprivation.
    It removes the need and desire to smoke. Once the smoker is in the right frame of mind and they follow the simple instructions, the physical withdrawal from nicotine is hardly noticeable.

    No Gimmicks!

    The Method does not use any gimmicks, useless aids or substitutes. No nicotine gum, patches, lozenges, tabs, inhilators or nasal sprays! No needles! No lasers! No drugs! No herbs! No shock treatment!

    The Allen Carr Method is successful because:

    It removes the smokers’ conflict of will.
    There are no bad withdrawal pangs.
    It is instantaneous and easy.
    It is equally effective for long-term heavy smokers and light smokers.
    You need not gain weight.
    You will not miss smoking.

    Medical Endorsements

    A personal view from Professor Judith Mackay MBE, JP, FRCO (Edin), FRCP (Lon), World Health Organisation Advisory Panel on Tobacco and Health

    “I have no hesitation in supporting Allen Carr’s work. Many clinics use some of his techniques but it would appear that few do it in quite such a successful package.”

    Carole Johnson, Coronary Heart Disease Prevention Unit, Tyne Tees

    “his success rate was such that, when budgets allow, we continue to use Easyway for work with specific groups and individuals.”

    Dr Anil Visa BSc, MBBch., FRCA, Consultant – Royal Hospitals NHS Trust – Royal London Hospital

    “I have observed the Allen Carr method at first hand and have found it to be very successful and I wholeheartedly support it as an effective way to quit smoking.”

    Dr William Green, Head of Psychiatric Dept, Matilda Hospital, Hong Kong

    “It is a remarkable fact that Allen Carr, on his own admission a non-professional in behaviour modification, should have succeeded where countless psychologists and psychiatrists holding postgraduate qualifications have failed, in formulating a simple and effective way to stop smoking.”

    Dr Martin Jarvis, Principle Scientist, Imperial Cancer Research
    Fund and Reader in Health Psychology, University College London

    ”…I am more than happy to testify to Allen Carr’s enduring involvement and to recognise the value of the kind of behavioural and cognitive support he provides.”

    Dr PM Bray MB CH.b., MRCGP

    “I was really impressed by the method. In spite of the Allen Carr organisation’s success and fame, there were no gimmicks and the professional approach was something a GP could readily respect. I would be happy to give a medical endorsement of the method to anyone.”

    Celebrity Endorsements

    “His method is absolutely unique, removing the dependence on cigarettes, while you are actually smoking. I’m pleased to say it has worked for many of my friends and staff.”
    Sir Richard Branson

    “Some friends of mine who had stopped using Allen Carr’s method suggested I tried it. I did. It was such a revelation that instantly I was freed from my addiction. Like those friends of mine, I found it not only easy but unbelievably enjoyable to stay stopped.”
    Sir Anthony Hopkins


  15. Tek said :

    cold turkey

  16. mrs.$$$ said :

    prayer to who ever you pray to and believe you are going to quit. That’s the only way. Faith.

  17. smiley said :

    Run it under water.

  18. ebony_princess said :

    go to the cancer ward with people dying of lung cancer. and then see if you wanna puff again.

  19. chris said :

    cold turkey its called will power drink lots of water and eat when you have cravings and keep busy

  20. mother of 2 said :

    Take up drinking instead.

  21. severio1968 said :

    being strong with what you realy want


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