How To Stop Smoking The Magic Technique Mitch Morgan

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Published: January 22nd 2014

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How To Stop Smoking   The Magic Technique  by  Mitch Morgan

How To Stop Smoking The Magic Technique by Mitch Morgan
January 22nd 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 39 pages | ISBN: | 6.60 Mb

Latest University research on cigarette addiction supports the techniques advanced in this book. Habit, not merely addiction, is the dominant factor that is preventing smokers from permanently quitting.In a new study published in the Journal ofMoreLatest University research on cigarette addiction supports the techniques advanced in this book. Habit, not merely addiction, is the dominant factor that is preventing smokers from permanently quitting.In a new study published in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Dr.

Reuven Dar of Tel Aviv University’s Department of Psychology found that the intensity of cravings for cigarettes were more influenced by the psychosocial element of smoking than with the physiological effects of nicotine as an addictive chemical. Dr. Dar’s studies conclude that nicotine is not addictive as physiological addictions are usually defined.Dr. Dar states that:“While nicotine does have a physiological role in increasing cognitive abilities such as attention and memory, it is not an addictive substance like heroin, which creates true systemic and biologically-based withdrawal symptoms in the body of the user.”“These findings might not be popular with advocates of the nicotine addiction theory, because they undermine the physiological role of nicotine and emphasise mind over matter when it comes to smoking.”Dr.

Dar hopes that this research will help clinicians and health authorities develop more successful smoking cessation programs than those utilising nicotine patches or gum. The findings include the hypothesis that people who smoke do so for short-term benefits like oral gratification, sensory pleasure and social camaraderie.“Once the habit is established, people continue to smoke in response to cues and in situations that become associated with smoking.”Dr. Dar believes that understanding smoking as a habit will facilitate treatment, and that smoking cessation techniques should emphasise the psychological and behavioural aspects of the habit and not the biological aspects.

His conclusion is that:“The craving effect is produced by psychological cues rather than by the physiological effects of nicotine deprivation.”******Medical research has found that nicotine only remains in the blood stream for approximately one hundred hours, yet most people who stop smoking cold turkey find that the craving persists for weeks or months afterwards.The reason this occurs is that a habit circuit has been installed in the subconscious mind. Until this circuit has been removed an individual will experience cravings, because of the hidden influence.“The Magic Technique” is specifically designed to put the habitual smoker in control of cravings when they do arise- the remainder of the book dealing with practical methods of breaking the compulsions of a long term habitThe most startling discovery is that any compulsion to smoke disappears completely when the source of the habit is identified and nullified.The author had earlier reached the same conclusions as Dr.

Dar based upon his own observations, and so proceeded to develop techniques effective in eliminating the compulsion to smoke. Compulsion stems from unidentified impulses, the origins of which reside in past decisions and experiences unwittingly retained in the subconscious mind, memories that are only slightly below an individual’s awareness.The techniques herein are designed to gradually reveal those thoughts, allowing analytical evaluation and subsequent nullification of their controlling influence.Old problems may not exist in the present, but their now-unwanted solutions may still persist.This book is based upon similar principles to those outlined in Dr.

Dar’s research, with the added bonus of “The Magic Technique” to enable the initial breakthrough.It is by identifying the “cues” (triggers to craving) mentioned by Dr. Dar that empowers one to neutralise these subtle controlling factors.



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