How to Quit Smoking while Pregnant

  Every pregnant woman, upon learning the wonderful news of the anticipated arrival of a newborn baby, will almost immediately experience a major shift in thinking. Her maternal instincts will redirect her thinking in all matters in terms of what is best for the unborn child. The question of how to quit smoking while pregnant now becomes uppermost in Mom’s mind.

The driving dominant thoughts of Mom will be to place the health and welfare of the baby above all else. Therefore, learning how to stop smoking while pregnant suddenly becomes a pressing issue and a battle which Mom feels the need to win at all costs.

Pregnancy gives you a huge incentive to quit smoking, but it also complicates your choice of methods. You may not be able to quit on your own, but you also have to think twice before exposing your baby to the medications in pills and patches. So what are the best options?

Cigarettes contain many more harmful chemicals than just nicotine. Each cigarette contains around 4,000 different chemicals which go into your lungs when you inhale. Given a high enough dosage, many of these chemicals have the ability to be lethal as a stand alone drug/chemical. Once they’ve gone into the lungs, the nicotine, poisons, and carbon monoxide cross the placenta to the baby. The complications cause premature births, increased miscarriages, and a plethora of birth defects. Stopping smoking is crucial to the successful development and healthy growth of the baby.

The Good News is that women no longer need to risk smoking while pregnant. There is also no longer the need to jeopardize the health of the newborn with the stop smoking aids on the market now. Patches, Gums, and prescription drugs used in the quest to stop smoking are still detrimental to the baby.

Fortunately, these are no longer the only alternatives.

Additional information on the risks of smoking while pregnant can also be found on this site.

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2 Replies to “How to Quit Smoking while Pregnant”

  1. Hey John,

    It really does seem like pregnant women don’t have that many options when it comes to smoking cessation. That must be a difficult situation to be in. It is really interesting that your book teaches how to condition your thinking. I have been learning all about brain plasticity and conditioning your mind. It is amazing what you can do when you condition your mind. How long would it take for someone to start having results? Will they have to deal with a lot of cravings?

    1. Yes, you are right about pregnant women having very few choices. Most remedies such as NRT and patches are not an option for Mom. Avoiding introduction of dangerous drugs to the unborn fetus is the only safe and sane method. 

      In regard to your question about how long it takes to get results, the Stop for Life program is designed to be used over a 5 day period. You will stop on Day #3 and Days 4&5 are used to reinforce that choice to stop.

      Thanks for stopping by….


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