So you have decided to stop smoking. Here are some tips to help you.
- Clean and store away all ashtrays.
- Exercise if there is any withdrawal tension.
(Check with your Doctor regarding proper exercise if you have any health problems.)
- If there is an urge to smoke, sit down and relax, take a deep breath, hold it for 5-10 seconds and release it slowly.
- Increase fluid intake, juice, water, diet drinks, etc. (no caffeine).
- Decrease coffee (or use decaf.) and alcohol.
- If needed, get a supply of sugarless gum or use carrot/celery sticks if you feel you need something in your mouth.
- Talk with another non-smoker or someone who has recently quit for any positive strokes.
- Send daily postcards to those you have told your stopping smoking, for 7-10 days.
- Keep the thought, “I am now an ex-smoker.”
- Enjoy the clean fresh smell of all your food, clothes etc.
Cut down coffee and alcohol … that will be help you control the urges for nicotine. In four days, all the nicotine will be gone from your body. (Leave your system). Every time you urinate, the nicotine and poisons will be leaving your system, drink water to move poisons out. As the nicotine’s are leaving your systems, so is the calcium, so for the first four days chew calcium rich Tums.
As the nicotine’s leave the system, the sugar also drops, this causes the craving for nicotine. For each of the first four days, eat three oranges or pink grapefruits per day. Because smoking is a nervous habit, the nicotine settles the nerves, you may feel stress.
Take vitamin B-Complex for stress. Continue these for ten days. On the fourth day, you’ll feel great because the nicotine is gone from system. On the tenth day, you’ll feel real good because all your bloods cells will be oxygenated. All the residual smoke, nicotine and poisons will be cleansed from your body.
If you need extra help then our Stop Smoking hypnosis session will help you.
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Tom & Sandra