Quit Smoking – Stop Addiction – Free Report On How To Stop Smoking And Drug Abuse Relief – Naturally

For smoking and drug addictions:

Physical dependence on drugs is normally only 20% of your problem – the other 80% is psychologically of nature and you need to commit yourself to be successful in your effort.

For eating addictions:

The addiction to eat has similarities to that of drug addictions. You cannot pass a certain type of food without taking a bite! That eating make you feel good and that is why you keep on nibbling.

For stress relief:

Stress is a big problem for a large percentage of the globe’s population. Many of us are using chemicals to cope with stress.

To quit smoking, drug abuse or any addiction is the best thing you can do to improve your health and lifestyle with immediate benefits

ARE YOU READY?

Those who are ready to quit:

•Committed to stop smoking or drug abuse.

•Does not enjoy smoking/drugs anymore

•Feel the ill health effects caused by smoking/drug abuse

•Want to be free from nicotine/drug addiction

•Tried several times without success, but ready to try again

•Told by your doctor to stop and taking it seriously.

Those who are not ready to quit:

•Still enjoy smoking/drugs – Remember, once you start to feel the negative effects of the nicotine/drugs on your body it may already be too late

•Under 30 years of age – you still have a very active social life and think that smoking/drugs cannot harm you – just to have some regrets at a later stage in life

•Emotionally affected and under huge stress – learn to cope with the emotions and stress and then give up smoking/drugs – as ex-addicts we have sympathy with you and we support you all the way in your effort to quit.

HOW?

This method provides relief for all types of addictions. We use the smoke cessation program to demonstrate to you how to use this method of addiction relief. You apply the same principles for other forms of addiction relief.

To successfully quit smoking you need to understand how smoke addiction came to take charge of your body and mind. To quit you must address both the physical as well as the psychological issues of smoke cessation.

The physical issue has to do with the body chemistry that has been affected by the nicotine or addictive substance. The psychological issue has to do with the mind – that is what you think and what the mind tries to make you believe about your addiction.

How does nicotine affect the body chemistry? Way back, for some of us many decades ago when we started smoking, by inhaling the smoke the nicotine in cigarettes gets in our blood and interfere with the working of the

Hypothalamus gland. This gland is also known as the “addiction” gland. All addictions have something in common with this gland.

When you light up a cigarette and inhale the smoke, within seconds together with the oxygen the nicotine is transferred into your blood. Through circulation the nicotine reaches the hypothalamus gland and stimulates it – this stimulation causes the release of endorphins, which are also referred to as “happy hormones”. For the duration of you smoking the cigarette, these happy hormones will be released and you will endure a feeling of well being, pleasure and crisp thinking.

The moment you put out the cigarette, the nicotine count in the blood diminishes, and the release of the “happy hormones” stops. Soon thereafter the hormone count also diminishes to such a level that the body starts to feel

“not so good”, and you start to crave for another cigarette. Very quickly the mind realises that if the body feels not good, you light up a cigarette, and the “happy hormones” will make the body feel good again. That is exactly where the addiction kicks in – if you do not feel well, just light up a cigarette and you will feel better.

So between the mind and the body, the addiction comes from the fact that the mind keeps on instructing the body to pump nicotine into the blood so you can feel better. A very nasty and extremely dangerous situation. The craving for nicotine is so strong that you do not feel the deterioration of your health due to the thousands of chemicals that you are “injecting” yourself with. These chemicals cause all sorts of illnesses like asthma, diabetes, coughing, allergies, cancer, poor eating habits, emphysema, ulcers, tooth decay, skin problems, premature ageing and many more the list is too long.

And to think, all the way the addiction for nicotine is so strong that you do not (or rather want not to) realise that it is the smoking that causes all these illnesses almost without exception. Once you light up, there are over 4000 chemicals released, most of which you inhale with very dangerous consequences.

The power of the mind is controlling the body? To illustrate this let us look at some examples.

•When you get on an airplane to Europe or some other far off destination, you know that there is no smoking on the aircraft and you do not have a problem with that? True? Yes, it is the mind that tells the body that it is not going to get nicotine and the body is quite happy with that ruling.

•Some religions require you not to smoke during fasting times, and yes, you cope with that easily.

•When you are hospitalised (heart attack or operation, cancer treatment, lung problems) for some or other reason, you do not smoke sometimes for several days – and you cope with that.

•When a woman falls pregnant she stops smoking immediately for 9 months – yes I had numerous female clients that told me about their smoke cessation during pregnancy.

To successfully stop smoking, you must address both the physical craving for nicotine as well as the psychological aspects of smoke cessation. With our method of smoke cessation, you will apply the therapy yourself which will reduce the craving for nicotine to such an extent that you can much easier overcome the psychological “addiction”.

THE STIMULATION

You use the stimulator on the 29 points as indicated in the instruction manual. The points are often referred to as energy points, meridians as well as acupuncture points. The stimulator is safe to use, does not pierce the skin at all and does not need you to take any prescription drugs or chemical preparations. By stimulating the said points with our specially designed instrument you will find that the body does not crave the nicotine any more. The cigarettes will taste bad and you will feel good without the need of smoking. This positive feeling without the use of nicotine will now assist you in your psychological warfare against smoking habit.

Example of points to stimulate

Point 1 – in the middle of the triangle of soft flesh between the thumb and fore finger

Points 2 and 3 – on the meridian lines at the joint between the hand and the arm

You repeat the stimulation of the 29 points within 24 hours or as soon as the urge for smoking becomes unbearable. The body takes up to 72 hours to rid itself of nicotine. During this time you can repeat the stimulation every 12 hours if necessary. Thereafter you can repeat the stimulation as and when needed. Make sure that you carry the instrument with you when going on long trips.

Drug Abuse by Parents Is a Key Factor Behind Kids' Untimely Death, Says Report

Drug abuse by parents is a major reason behind maltreatment of children, often leading to their death, a recent report by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services reveals. It says that a majority of children who had died of abuse and neglect in the state had a substance abusing parent to blame.

Such children who had suffered fatalities had either been smothered in their sleep, or were drowned when they were in the bathtub. Some of the children had succumbed to the trauma, while yet others died when they were left unattended in a hot car. It was also evident from the report that children who were driven around by inebriated parents had high risks of dying of negligence.

Overall, the report indicated that the numbers of child abuse and negligence fatalities had dropped by 22.5 percent in 2017. However, nearly half of the deaths happened as a result of parental drug or alcohol use. The findings were similar to the previous year (2016) report. Half of the 222 children who died were under the supervision of a parent or caregiver who was on drugs or alcohol.

Some key findings of the report are:

  • In the last five years or so, children aged 3 years or younger formed a major chunk (80 percent) of the abuse and neglect fatalities.
  • 52 percent of the fatalities were caused due to a substance abusing parent.
  • 23 percent of the child abuse victims had a parent or a caregiver with mental health condition.
  • Incidents of domestic violence were responsible for 17 percent of child fatalities.
  • More than 57 percent of children who had died from abuse or neglect in fiscal 2017 were too young for school and were not enrolled in day care. In 2016, the numbers were 40 percent.
  • History of domestic violence was noticed in 40 percent of child fatalities.
  • The 2017 report also stated that marijuana was the most commonly used substance connected to child abuse and caused caused by negligence, followed by alcohol, cocaine and methamphetamine; and sometimes a combination of substances.

Drug use and impact on children

Unfortunately, many parents do not realize how their substance abuse impacts parenting. As they stone themselves with marijuana, they feel that they are just doing weed and their child is unlikely to be harmed. However, a stoned parent is unlikely to mete out the same levels of love and care that someone who is not addicted to any substance can provide.

Dimple Patel, associate director of public policy at TexProtects – an organization focused on child welfare policy – said every case is a "different and unique situation" and that sometimes parents can be functioning drug users who don't impact the safety and well-being of their kids. One of the reasons why parents are unable to access the right kind of treatment is due to fact that they cannot take time off from work or lack the support system that would ensure that their kids are being taken care of while they are treated.

Choosing a life devoid of drugs

One can easily choose a life devoid of drugs. However, before embarking on this journey, it is necessary to remove the traces of toxins from one's system. Detoxification is the first step to attain recovery. Therefore, it is important that the detox facility chosen is equipped with all the conveniences that make the path to sobriety easier and effective, thus paving the way for a successful recovery. Enrolling in a program at any of the accredited rapid detox centers can make the journey less cumbersome.