How to Stop Smoking Cigarettes

How to stop smoking cigarettes

If you want to learn how to stop smoking cigarettes , you must be prepared to do some work. Stopping smoking is not easy, but the fantastic benefits of stopping smoking are well worth the effort.

The thing to remember about tobacco withdrawal symptoms is that any symptoms associated with stopping smoking are only temporary. Remember that the tobacco withdrawal timeline is only 48-72 hours from the time it starts.

Important Instructions

1.) Eat as you normally would.

Do not go on a diet in anticipation of gaining weight once you have stopped. We will teach you how to stop smoking without changing your present eating patterns and habits. Weight gain comes solely from eating more food and you will learn how to stop smoking without increasing your food intake. You will not gain weight while quitting smoking with this program. This is only one of the many health benefits of stopping smoking using the Stop for Life method .

2.) Smoke as you normally would.

Cutting down will not help you. Cutting down only creates anxiety about stopping smoking and anxiety when quitting smoking is easily handled through use of the Stop for Life quitting techniques.

3.) Keep stopping smoking to yourself.

Telling others will not help you. This is a good selfish thing that you are doing for yourself and you need to keep it to yourself. Telling others will only solicit a lot of bad advice. It didn’t work in the past and it won’t work now.

What’s Next ?

Ok… So now we know that all of the fantastic benefits of quitting smoking cigarettes can be had by simply developing a willingness to follow instructions. In order to develop and retain the necessary motivation, it will be crucial to identify what are the benefits of quitting smoking.

Start that list TODAY. … Right now .

Keep that benefits list handy as you continue to identify and add to the benefits. You will need to refer to that list over the next few days as you navigate through the Stop for Life program lessons. The benefits will only materialize by working for them. Once the list is complete, you will now be prepared to begin Lesson One .

If you want to learn how to stop smoking cigarettes , taking the next step right now will greatly improve your chances of success .

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12 Replies to “How to Stop Smoking Cigarettes”

  1. Hi John,
    This post and website will definitely help a lot of people to overcome their cigarrete addiction.
    I was a smoker at certain point, though my addiction was more of a social smoker addiction. My friends were smokers and I got used to idea to go out and smoke a sigarette with them to discuss our problems.
    Though at some point I realized that social smoking does not provide any benefits to my health. So I just stopped going out with my friend at work for smoking. Did I lose my friends? Hell, no, we started to meet more often on the kitchen drinking tea rather than poisoning our bodies!
    I totally agree with you that if you decided to leave the smoking habit, you cannot go ahead and change your food all at once. It will be a huge stress to your body!
    I am looking forward to seeing more lessons that I could share with some of my smoking friends.

    1. Thanks Anna,

      I have helped over 700 people in seminars and many more with book sales.
      I am looking forward to sharing more blogs as I build out my site.

      This site is for you.Feel free to visit often and use the free resources. There will be more of them as I build out the site.Thanks for your feedback !


  2. I’m not a smoker, but I have friends who are. I find the advice here very unique and a bit counter-intuitive. Especially the pointers about smoke as you normally would, and keep the intention to stop smoking to yourself. I always thought smokers would need the help and support of people around them on their journey to quit.
    So I can see there is something more to your site than the usual advice about stopping smoking. Will definitely forward this to my smokers friends. Thank you!

  3. I’m not a smoker, but i definitely like this advice.. I have a few friends, i’m always trying to convince to quit. will share!

    1. Thank you for your kind comments.
      So sorry about your Dad.
      Please let your smoking friends know that the forum is free and participation is welcome.
      Thanks for stopping by.

  4. Great post! I like step three the best, whenever I quit smoking and people found out it become the topic of choice at my work place and talking about it made it harder and I would relapse. Good advice!

    1. Thanks, Amber,

      Yes, telling others that you are stopping does make it much harder for you. It’s the reason I caution people in the very 1st lesson to keep stopping to yourself. It just solicits a lot of bad advice (mostly from smokers!)…Lol.

      Did you stop again after your relapse?
      Feel free to visit us again and use the free resources as often as you need.

      Best wishes,

  5. I have never picked up a cigarette and I never will. I’ve seen too many people smoking them just because they’ve seen other people doing it. Plus I have a heart condition (no need to make it worse).

    I will never say I’m better than anyone, but I just wish that people who smoke knew that they have other options. Healthier ones.

    I also wish they didn’t push their habits onto others, by exposing them to second-hand smoke.

    I too was surprised when you advised people who want to stop, to keep this act to themselves. However, I understand. At the end of the day, it is something that the individual is dealing with, no need to make it harder by surrounding themselves with negativity.

    Great article, it will help a lot of people.

    1. Thanks, Emonne

      Yes,telling people that you are stopping smoking can be very detrimental to the potential ex-smoker.Not only does it solicit a lot of bad advice (mostly from smokers), but it creates undue and unneeded pressure on the potential ex-smoker.

      Here are some tips to prepare.

      Thanks for stopping by !


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