Give up the idea that you are going to quit smoking!
You have no need to set yourself the task of quitting smoking, neither now nor tomorrow, nor since Monday! If you still smoke, you know perfectly well that to quit from a certain moment is an extremely
difficult and unpleasant task!
So, you’d better immediately give up the idea that you are going to quit smoking! More importantly, it is usually this kind of positive thought that most often reminds you of craving to smoke
Do you want to quit smoking at a certain moment? There is a unique, proven method to smoke less or stop smoking at all
When is this time ripe for when using this method?
You can learn more about this in the practical guide “Method to smoke less or quit smoking at all”.
- does not require any additional costs;
- does not require the use of any drugs or substances;
- does not require any specialist.
It is impossible to answer when you come to certain results, since this is all quite individual!
Let’s consider the pros and cons of this method.
The ease of this method is both its advantages and disadvantages. Seeing how easy it is to quit, you sometimes may have a bad idea to “treat yourself” to smoking, to “remember” the departed joys, and if you succumb to this, then there is a great likelihood of gradually returning the old bad habit
It was like that with me. After about 3 months without cigarettes, a company celebrated a birthday and after a feast they came out to smoke/talk. Everyone smoked, and I also lit a cigarette, so that one or two puffs “remind” me what it was like before. I was really good with those two puffs, but the next day I got an idea “to smoke quite a bit.” So, from “one cigarette, which won’t return me to previous volumes of smoking,” it turned into 2-3-4 cigarettes a day after 1-2-3 weeks… and gradually into the previous volumes of smoking.
A minus turns into a plus: having a negative experience of how easy it is to lose freedom from smoking, the desire to repeat it did not arise anymore and it was a tough reminder of “not to “fool around.” Another time of quitting smoking was faster for me, but it also took some time, money, etc.
There is an opinion that you really quit smoking when you stop remembering what date, month and year you started your life without smoking. My former experience as a smoker is 24 years (without a break, 5-10-15 cigarettes every day at different times). I quit smoking about 7-8 years ago.
Bonuses for quest for liberty and independence
In my case, $1, which is exactly the cost of practical guidance today “Method to smoke less or quit smoking at all” – it’s about 2 packs of cigarettes of one very famous brand. These cigarettes would be enough for me for 3-4 days. When I quit smoking back then, I still had 2 blocks of cigarettes. $10 returned to my wallet. Let’s calculate what bonuses for your quest for liberty and overcoming tobacco addiction are waiting for us.
If you have reduced the number of cigarettes smoked per day – count how much savings you will have for a certain period (a week, a month or a year) and buy yourself and/or your relatives a promotional prize for that very amount!
How many bonuses can you make? Calculation example:
1 pack of cigarettes ~ $0,50
1 cigarette ~ $0,025
1 year ~ 365 days
1 cigarette per day * 365 days = $ 0.025 * 365 = $ 9.125 per year
2 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.050 * 365 = $ 18.25 per year
3 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.075 * 365 = $ 27.36 per year
4 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0,100 * 365 = $ 36.50 per year
5 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.125 * 365 = $ 45.625 per year
6 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 54.75 per year
7 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 63,875 per year
8 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 73 per year
9 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.225 * 365 = $ 82.125 per year
10 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.25 * 365 = $ 91.25 per year
11 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.275 * 365 = $ 100.375 per year
12 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.30 * 365 = $ 109.5 per year
13 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.325 * 365 = $ 118.625 per year
14 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.35 * 365 = $ 127.75 per year
15 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.375 * 365 = $ 136.875 per year
16 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.4 * 365 = $ 146 per year
17 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.425 * 365 = $ 155.125 per year
18 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.45 * 365 = $ 164.25 per year
19 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.475 * 365 = $ 173.375 per year
20 cigarettes * 365 days = $ 0.5 * 365 = $ 182.5 per year
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