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Remove the Chemical, Physical, and Emotional Addictions of Smoking

Updated on March 14, 2012

To quit smoking is the dream of many. Those who succeed are the ones that will live a longer happier life. However those of us still struggling, there is hope to ending this addiction forever. The process in quitting smoking is a layered process. Nicotine is a chemical that has a hold of your brain. The habits that you have a day in and day out revolve around smoking the next cigarette. Then there is the emotional attachment to cigarettes where you are led to believe they are a solution to stress.

The key then to quitting is to combat all three at the same exact time but with a different approach to each. If, you are able to your struggle with the cigarette addiction will be successful, and you will be smoke free.

Regulated or Self hypnosis


The emotional attachment in cigarettes is one of the hardest to overcome. You have convinced yourself over years to believe a lie that cigarettes reduce stress and anxiety. However, did you ever notice the problem doesn’t go away or get better just because you smoke a cigarette?

When you are trying to overcome the emotional attachment and belief you have in cigarettes, it is crucial to retrain your mind into believing facts. Cigarettes do not solve problems. Using self hypnosis to help you understand and control the emotional state of cigarettes will reduce your urges.


The physical connection that you have with smoking is the next biggest hurdle to overcome. Many people that smoke get in the habit of ascertain routines that you have become accustomed to. The idea of these routines needs to change so that you will be successful in quitting. Using the idea of hypnosis to help you understand and take action against these triggers with greatly enhance your ability to stop smoking.


Nicotine has a specific function on the brain that allows it to keep you coming back for more. This is the dopamine that is being released. The dopamine effect is the single biggest factor that nicotine holds on your body. However, there are so many other ways that dopamine can be released to help you achieve the same effect. Things like Laughing, Exercise, Sex, Sports, and even chocolate. All of these can release the same amount of dopamine into your system as one cigarette. The alternatives are a lot better than the previous ones.

Adrenaline is the other aspect of cigarettes that is released. However, how can your body use adrenaline easily when you can’t breathe to enjoy it? That is the dilemma. However, there are things that you can do boost your adrenaline without having a cigarette. A simple cup of coffee can help boost your energy. A brisk walk around the court yard or building can help you increase the adrenaline. All of these things can help you get the boost you need to get through the craving.

The regulated or self hypnosis is a great way to help you combat all three of the triggers that come along with smoking. Along with a little will power a great list of positives, to quit and a desire you will be successful in getting to the point where cigarettes are no longer consuming your life.


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  • kj force profile image


    6 years ago from Florida

    A crutch is a crutch, is a crutch..we all have some addictions..however, smoking affects many things, like your clothes, hair,breathe,your skin and sweat..smell rancid..and your chances of contracting other health issues

    multiplies .Alcoholics have AA and I feel x-smokers should have a support group also..any takers ? Great Hub..

  • Kadmiels profile imageAUTHOR


    6 years ago from Florida

    thanks quitting smoking is one of the hardest things to do. If, it helps only one person stop then I have done some good in the world :)

  • Chris Achilleos profile image

    Chris Achilleos 

    6 years ago

    Great hub :) voted up, interesting and useful


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