QUITTING ONE CIGARETTE AT A TIME
You know it is. You've tried it several times.
Since you are still smoking, you've also failed several times.
But it's OK. It's NOT your fault.
You probably went about it the hard way.
Like nicotine based patches , chewing gum, and even e-cigarettes
The problem is that these tools still give you a regular full dose of nicotine
stop smoking or cut down in the same way that got you hooked in the first place.
One Cigarette At A Time
Within the first two weeks, I went from about a pack and a half a day, down to just a little more than half a pack. I loved the fact that I could stop at my own pace.
I thought I'd be able to smoke socially, but I'd look for any excuse to go to the pub just so I could have a fag. My husband wouldn't kiss me if he knew I'd been smoking.
It was one drop in the first week, two drops in the second and three drops in the third week, by which time I was only absorbing one per cent of the nicotine and tar.
Having now managed to reduce my tobacco consumption from 35 a day to an average of 5 a day after three months, my friends are not so skeptical any more.
When I first read the NicoBloc leaflet, I really liked the idea that I could once again try to stop, all be it at my own pace, by gradual reduction.
I bought three packs of cigarettes every day and they were always my priority, I couldn't believe how much extra money I had when I stopped.
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