This is the most common question I hear from smokers who are trying to quit. They feel that they are different than other smokers who have been able to quit smoking. The fact is we all feel the same way, because this drug has robbed us of our freedom, our self confidence, and if we are not careful it will rob us of our health.
Let's refresh an earlier lesson. When you started smoking you created receptors in your brain that did not exist prior to your taking up smoking. The sole purpose of these receptors is to crave nicotine. They live on nicotine and need it to survive. If you stop feeding them nicotine, eventually they will dry up and become non existent.
Each time you smoke a cigarette it makes you want another cigarette. Think about that the next time you light up. If you didn't smoke that cigarette you would not want the next. Each cigarette you don't smoke will bring you closer to your goal. Slowly the receptors will wither and you will begin to realize life as a non smoker. But you must kill the beast living in your brain.
Use these tips to deal with the cravings as they occur.
QUIT SMOKING DEALING WITH CRAVINGS
Good luck on your journey!!!!!! Life as a non smoker is so sweet!!!!!!
YOU CAN QUIT SMOKING TODAY!!!!