Dear Addicted Friend,
Let me ask you a SINGLE question – does this sounds familiar:
You have been heavy smoker for the past 15+ years and you have tried to quit on numerous occasions but EVERY SINGLE TIME you have failed miserably? At the beginning, you get really excited because you sincerely believe that THIS is the LAST cigarette that you’ll ever smoke. You truly believe that you have finally found the solution. Unfortunately, after all the hype, effort, and money spent, you end up in the same position as always, position in which you lose hope, lit up a cig and give up on trying to quit altogether.
I Know, I’ve Been There!
As with everything else, you must make one thing crystal clear to yourself, even if you still do not believe in it – YOU ARE ADDICTED! And like every other addiction Nicotine is slowly killing you. I’m sure that you are smart enough to realize at this point that you not only MUST quit, but you NEED HELP in doing so. Here’s where a very common problem arises. You see, the first step in quitting is realizing and accepting that you have a serious problem that needs proper attention immediately.
Are you experiencing:
- Uncontrollable Chronic Cough?
- Frequent memory loss?
- Sexual Dysfunction?
- Heavy breathing?
- Chest Pains?
- Yellow Teeth/Bad Breath?
It does not matter if you are smoking 2 cigarettes a day or 2 packs a day, your habit WILL KILL YOU!
As a smoker you are much more likely to suffer from:
- Kidney & Liver Diseases
- Heart Diseases
- High-Blood Pressure
- Throat and Lung Cancer
I Will Show You How to Quit Smoking!
- Handle Cravings With Ease
When you quit you have got to deal with the constant cravings to smoke. And when you are stressed and around people that are smoking, it doesn’t get any easier.
You also have to deal with all the situations and social surroundings (i.e. when on night out drinking) where you really love to smoke. Quitting is harder when you feel you are depriving yourself of a pleasure.
This book will empower you with the knowledge to deal with your cravings easily, no matter what social setting or situation you are in.
Weight gain is a common concern for people who are thinking about quitting smoking. And new research shows that a person’s dependency on nicotine determines how much weight he or she is likely to gain after quitting. Three months after quitting, smokers with a greater dependence on nicotine experienced the most weight gain—about 2.5 pounds. This WON’T happen to you.
I will teach you how to quit smoking the right way the first time, so you won’t get frustrated from wasting your time, money, and effort on another product again.
It will work for:
- long-term smokers,
- heavy smokers,
- people who love smoking and aren’t even looking to quit
Quit Smoking For Good