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Quitting smoking is a challenging thing.

Many people think of quitting smoking as a mission that they will not succeed in; as a result, they even refrain from trying.

Successful smoking cessation depends on a number of factors, when the first of the factors is the understanding of what smoking addiction is.

When we are talking about smoking addiction, we are refers to psychological, and physiological addiction, both.


What is smoking addiction?

Physiological addiction is caused by the main ingredient in the cigarette - which is nicotine.

Apart from the fact that nicotine is an addictive substance in itself, we now know that thousands of other chemicals are added to tobacco, including ammonia; all,  to strengthen the effects of nicotine.

In other words, nicotine of nowadays is addictive, on a physiological level, several times more than the original nicotine in tobacco.

Psychological addiction, this is the emotional need for a cigarette.

Many of us have become accustomed to the fact that a cigarette accompanies us throughout the day, especially throughout a hard day.

Many experience during smoking cessation a feeling as if craving for a cigarette will never leave them) remember that everything is always in the head.

What is it all for?


What happens when you quit smoking?

Quitting smoking is indeed a challenging task, but you will be happy to know that, you will experience quite a few benefits already in the first days after the last cigarette.


Lets check few benefits of quitting smoking:

  • About half an hour after the last cigarette, the heart rate begins to decrease gradually towards the normal levels.
  • In the process of smoking the cigarette, the tobacco burns and releases the carbon monoxide.

At high levels, this gas is very toxic to the body.

Because carbon monoxide can blend well with blood cells, its high levels can prevent cells from fusing with oxygen, causing serious cardiovascular problems.

Only when 12 hours have passed since the last cigarette, a decrease in the levels of carbon monoxide in the body begins, and at the same time an increase in the oxygen levels in the blood begins until the body reaches the normal level.

  • Finally, all the nicotine has been cleared from your body.

However, still the symptoms that accompany nicotine withdrawal are usually at their peak.

You may experience physical side effects (such as headaches, nausea and cramps) and mental symptoms such as anxiety, stress, frustration, desire to smoke and so on.


3 golden tips how to quit smoking fast and forever:

  • Set a date and time to quit smoking, it is important that you will be serious and goal-oriented.

It is also recommended that you tell your loved ones about the date on which you will stop smoking (so you can be even more committed and at the same time receive support).

Many medicinal plants contain ingredients that help cope with nicotine withdrawal.

And how ironic it may sound, but smoking is one of the fastest ways the substance affects, so smoking lavender for example will help you deal with insomnia in an instant.

With herbal-based tobacco substitutes you can continue to smoke without the fear of getting addicted.

Herbal cigarettes allows you to provide a "hand-mouth" effect, thus reducing your craving for a nicotine cigarette.

  • Do not give up no matter what.

The thought of nicotine will not release your head in the first few days, but you should know that everything is temporary.

 It's never too late to stop killing yourself

Don’t wait another moment, order an herbal smoking blends or herbal cigarettes, and quit smoking gradually with the help of medicinal herbs.