How To Quit Smoking Naturally By Exploring Your Trigger

Smoking has a variety of health consequences. Learning how to quit smoking in a natural way can help you to regain your health. Most people smoke because of a specific trigger. By learning more about this trigger, you have the ability to say goodbye to cigarettes forever

Understanding yourself is the first step. Check out our ebook, “What is Your Smoker Personality” to learn more.

Statistics

According to the The Department of Health, approximately 15,000 strands are killed every year because of smoking. It also cost the country approximately $31.5 billion due to health and economic expenses.

The government in Australia is currently working on lowering the adult national daily smoking rate to around 10% by 2018. This is being done with taxes as well as through a variety of education campaigns.

Understanding the Health Concerns

You likely already know many of the health concerns that come from smoking cigarettes. You may have even tried a variety of quit smoking programs and were disappointed by their ineffectiveness.

Smoking can cause a variety of fatal diseases, ranging from lung cancer to emphysema to pneumonia. 84% of lung cancer deaths are also attributed to smoking. It can begin with coughs, wheezing, and asthma, and develop into more fatal things from there.
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Smoking can also cause heart disease, yellowing of the teeth, and even poor cholesterol.

Even though you know how bad smoking is, you simply cannot find a way to quit smoking that works for you.

Triggers

Knowing your personality and why you smoke will make it easier to figure out how you can quit. This is based upon different personality types, including:

  • Weight conscious
  • Sneaky
  • Rebel
  • Social
  • Stressed out
  • Serial quitter
  • Committed smoker

 

Each one of these personality types are based upon a certain aspect of why you smoke. Many people who have tried to quit smoking in the past have gained weight, particularly within the first year of abstinence. If you are weight conscious, you may continue smoking because you don't want to experience any kind of weight gain. This means that your desire or need to smoke is directly tied to your desire to maintain a positive body image.
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In order for you to learn how to quit smoking naturally, you then need to figure out how you can keep your weight down while not smoking. This can include making healthier food choices and watching how and what you snack on. Fruits, nuts, carrot sticks, and celery sticks are going to be healthier alternatives, and will prevent you from filling up on saturated fats and sugary carbs.

If you are a stressed out smoker, you may be reaching for a cigarette because it's your way of relaxing. Everything around you is stressful, and you feel as though you need the cigarette in order to get everything under control.

Quitting smoking naturally involves figuring out how you can get the world around you under control and reducing your stress levels naturally. This can be done by walking, changing various patterns within your day, and even getting involved in yoga. While you cannot control the rest of the world, you can control who you spend time with and what you do in order to de-stress throughout the day.

Regardless of your personality type and your trigger to pick up a cigarette, there are natural approaches that you can take in order to get rid of the trigger and stop smoking once and for all.

When you finally become a non-smoker, you will find that your health will improve drastically, and this is just one of the many benefits to quitting.

Visit Quit Stop Now to download our What is Your Smoker Personality Guide so you can learn more about your own personal triggers and why you smoke.

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