Tip-8: Why is it so hard to stop smoking cigarettes and nicotine?

My name is Joseph Giove. I’m a biomedical engineer and a clinical hypnotist. I’ve helped thousands of people stop smoking over the last twenty five years. I created this video series to help you become free of the habit an addiction of smoking cigarettes.

Why is it so hard to stop smoking cigarettes? I am asked this question all the time. People mistakenly believe that it is harder to stop smoking cigarettes than heroin or alcohol and others, in fact many people have said I quit these other addictions but I struggle with quitting smoking cigarettes. Why is that? The reason is because people take the wrong approach to stopping smoking cigarettes.

They fail to recognize that the process of smoking is both a habit and an addiction and both of these are neurological processes that occur in the brain and they become crossed link. So when you address the addictive part it is one approach, when you address the habitual part it is another approach, you have to do both. When you do both this is approaching it the proper way and it becomes easy because I can guarantee you there is not a cell in your body that wants another hit of nicotine poison.

Not a part of your brain wants it, all those cravings, stress, other triggers; they are false associations created by this dual process of habit and addiction. So to break free, address both. This video series talks about this, I do not want to repeat it here, so be sure to watch the other videos in this series if you really want to break free of the habit and addiction of smoking cigarettes.

Take action now to be free. If you need assistance, I help people all over the world through phone sessions and private sessions at my clinic in Northern California. Feel free to call my office at 925-215-4017 or contact me here and get ready to enjoy your freedom.

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