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How To Get Rid Of Your Addiction To Nicotine


Are you addicted to your cigarettes? It is time to make some changes to your lifestyle and get rid of this bad habit for good. Read this article to find out how you can stop smoking.

Your physical addiction to nicotine is linked to the presence of toxins in your body. Every time you smoke, you introduce more toxins in your system. The presence of a high number of toxins can make you feel stressed and crave more cigarettes. Other factors can cause your system to release toxins, such as an unhealthy diet, alcohol, caffeine and even exposure to pollution. If you decide to quit smoking, you should focus on eliminating toxins from your system to make the cravings go away. You can achieve this by stay away from things that cause your system to produce more toxins and sweat as much as possible to get rid of the toxins already in your system.

You will go through a lot of stress and other negative emotions as the toxins leave your system. If you quit cold turkey and do everything you can to reduce the amount of toxins in your system, these negative emotions will not last for more than a week. If you go for long periods of time without smoking and then have a cigarette, you should expect your body to release toxins and crave more cigarettes a few hours after smoking. Find an efficient way to deal with your stress and negative emotions so you can go for long periods of time without touching a cigarette.

Some smokers are psychologically addicted to nicotine. This means your body will not crave a cigarette but your brain will tell you that you need one, for instance if you are used to smoking in a certain situation. You can fight psychological addiction by replacing your cigarettes with something else - you could, for instance, eat some sugar free candy or use a refill that does not contain any nicotine for your e-cigarette.

The best way to get over your addiction to nicotine is to go as long as possible without any kind of exposure to nicotine. Stay away from second hand smoke, do not carry your cigarettes with you and keep some nicotine gums or e-cigarettes nearby in case your cravings become too intense. Work on eliminating the toxins from your system to prevent cravings from coming back. You will eventually be able to spend an entire day or week without smoking. Once you have gone through an entire month without smoking, start working on reducing your use of nicotine gum or go for as long as possible without using your e-cigarette.

These different methods should help you quit smoking if think you can handle the stress and the cravings. You should meet with your doctor to talk more about quitting and perhaps get a prescription for Chantix or find out if it is safe for you to use a patch if you want additional options.