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People Who Quit Smoking Are More Likely To Achieve New Year’s Resolutions Compared To Smokers Who Don't Quit
Date:1/10/2017

One of the most common New Year’s resolutions is quitting smoking; however, it is also the hardest and unsuccessful one. Many struggle breaking nicotine addiction and end up quitting trying by the end of January. According to a recent survey of 2,000 people, 8% of the participants listed quitting as part of their 2016 resolutions; however, only 41% of them continued with it by the end of January 31. At the end of 2016, only 13% had kept up with the resolution.

Nicotine addiction is the main reason why many people struggle with quitting. But giving up cigarettes does not end with one failure – research has shown that the continuous use of tobacco may hinder smokers from achieving long-term goals such as New Year’s resolutions. Aside from cancer and other negative health effects, smoking can impair people’s prospective memory. Prospective memory is associated with planning and future activities. Those who consume tobacco regularly are more likely to forget tasks such as taking medicine on time and not keep up with long-term plans like New Year’s resolutions.

Latest studies have shown that the best way to quit smoking is by giving it up abruptly rather than by gradual reduction. Instead of opting for patches and gums, those who want to end their tobacco addiction for good are better off with a method that helps them quit instantaneously.

One such method is the Kerry Gaynor Method – a hypnotherapy-based smoking cessation program that has helped nearly 10,000 people to stop smoking in the past 33 years. Recommended by doctors around the world, the method has an 85% success rate and does not yield any discomforting side effects such as withdrawals, cravings or weight gain. The Kerry Gaynor Method recently rolled out its streaming feature, which makes it even more affordable and accessible to everyone. The DVD option is also available for a lower price for a limited time.

Aside from smoking cessation, the Kerry Gaynor Method’s extension, Vital Lung Detox, offers a natural way to detoxify one’s lungs from years of tobacco use. The herbal-based formula provides relief to areas that may have been affected from smoking including nose, throat, liver, kidneys, and lymphatic systems. As part of the New Year’s sale, the Kerry Gaynor Method is offering 50% off on the Vital Lung Detox.

Keeping up with New Year’s resolutions is not easy and giving up cigarettes is the main hurdle that smokers need to overcome in order to achieve the rest. Using the right method, tobacco users can begin working on their 2017 resolutions by overcoming the hardest challenge and have a fresh, healthy start.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/kerrygaynormethod/newyears/prweb13965754.htm.


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