Finally Quit Smoking and Want to Celebrate Your Victory With Just One Cigarette?
celebrate by having just one cigarette. This cannot be completely bad, can it?
Surely from a health perspective, only one cigarette in many weeks is lots better than a pack per day.
You know that if you can not smoke you start to feel stressed, develop irritable, fatigued and likely your hands start to tingle. These are nicotine withdrawal symptoms, a certain indicator that you're dependent on smokes.
Most of the publicity you've viewed for smokes along with the cigarette placements in films or on television have convinced you that cigarettes will relax you and make you feel much more alert.
You, as a result, picture smokes as the sole approach to restore a feeling of wellbeing. A feeling of feeling normal again, exactly like a non-smoker.
The nicotine they supply do make you feel much better. So, you think about cigarettes as a treat. You probably have looked forward to any chance to smoke over the course of a lot of decades. You expect any time you'll be able to get out of your office and light up. You anticipate finishing a meal and having a cigarette.
You regard cigarettes as a little bit of pleasure within a world full of stress and doubt.
And, this really is the problem with the thought of"just one cigarette." You simply consider the instant of pleasure you will obtain while you're smoking. You really haven't gotten over smoking yet.
Your attitude needs to change to really kick your habit.
Each cigarette you smoke trains your mind to want increasingly more nicotine to feel ordinary. The reason you have cravings, feel stressed, tired, get headaches if you do not smoke is a result of the preceding cigarette you smoked.
Every cigarette raises and intensifies your cravings for another cigarette. It's a vicious cycle. You can't get away from it by participating in the cycle.
If you smoke only 1 cigarette, you are admitting to yourself that a cigarette results in happiness. In fact, the cigarette really creates further dependence.
If you smoke only one, you strengthen your view that smoking would be the best way to experience a bit of enjoyment. Just the opposite is true. Smoking brings about your withdrawal symptoms and also makes them stronger and more lasting.
Further, smoking which one cigarette makes you acknowledge they actually taste bad, annoy your throat and mouth, and make you smell like a smoker. Additionally, you wonder why you ever got dependent on these things in the first location. And that is the genuine risk because this is exactly what you believed when you started smoking and became hooked.
Thus, determine if you're a smoker or a non-smoker.
If you're a smoker, then return to smoking a pack every day and stop pretending to stop. If you're a non-smoker, keep in mind that each cigarette upholds your false beliefs, amplifies your cravings and reinforces your withdrawal symptoms further raising your dependence. There's definitely no positive worth in smoking a more cigarette.