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Monday, November 24th, 2008 | Author: Admin

Did you know that nearly 46 million American adults smoke cigarettes regularly. Did you also know that most smokers are either actively trying to quit or want to quit? Over the past 40 years, more than 49 percent of all adults who have ever smoked have quit. According to the 2004 Surgeon General’s Report, tobacco smoking remains the No. 1 cause of preventable disease and death in the United States. Isn’t this reason enough to quit? One of the most successful stop-smoking programs is CigArest (Cigarrest) , and they have helped over 1 million smokers quit!

In the 2004 Surgeon General’s Report, The Health Consequences of Smoking, the Surgeon General says that eliminating smoking can greatly reduce the occurrence of coronary heart disease and other forms of cardiovascular disease. Smoking cessation is important in the medical management of many contributors to heart attack. These contributors include atherosclerosis (fatty buildups in arteries), thrombosis (blood clots), coronary artery spasm and cardiac arrhythmia (heart rhythm problems). Quitting smoking also can help manage several other disorders, especially arteriosclerotic peripheral vascular disease (fatty buildups in peripheral arteries) and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, this is especially important for women, since cardiovascular disease is one the the No 1 killers of women.


Wednesday, November 19th, 2008 | Author: Admin

Nicotine Addiction - Subject: Nicotine withdrawals

The biggest obstacle to overcome when trying to quit smoking is nicotine withdrawal. Physical and emotional withdrawals can overwhelm someone who is trying to stop smoking. Physically, your body reacts to the absence of nicotine. Emotionally, you are trying to modify a learned behavior. To be successful at quitting smoking, you have deal with both the types of withdrawal. Within just a few hours after smoking their last cigarette, you will feel physical withdrawal symptoms. Typically, people who are trying to quit will notice the biggest struggle by 2 or 3 days after stopping. You may experience symptoms such as: headaches, anger, anxiety, sleep disturbances, lack of concentration, increased appetite, anger, dizziness, depression, and frustration. These symptoms could last up to several weeks. Because of these symptoms, smoker finder it harder quit.

There are numerous products on the market which claim to help you quit smoking, but when they only address one side of quitting, such as the physical side, your chances of failure increase.

To reduce this chance of failure it is important to find a program that has products that contain ingredients designed to help you fight the physical withdrawals of quitting and that help you combat the emotional and behavioral side of quitting as well.

Some natural ways to cope with nicotine withdrawal are exercise and getting more rest. Nicotine withdrawal symptoms can be dealt with by taking a multi vitamin like CigArrest VitaGuard Smoker’s Vitamins, which can help offset nicotine withdrawal symptoms and replenish depleted nutrients. Try CigArrest all natural tablets that include ingredients like Peruvian Bark (which helps to treat edginess, nervousness, and indigestion), Spurge Laurel (which helps sleeping problems), Calcium Phosphate (which helps treat headaches), and Nux Vomica (which helps treat insomnia and irritability). The oral fixation of smoking can be diminished by chewing gum like CigArrest Gum, which also has ingredients to help offset nicotine cravings.

If you are ready to break free from your nicotine addition and Stop Smoking Today, give CigArest (CigArrest) a try today. You can start with a 30 Day Trial of CigArest (CigArrest) an be on your way to freedom from cigarettes.

Sunday, November 16th, 2008 | Author: Admin

The physical side of nicotine addiction (Continued from part 1)

Your brain continually produces chemicals that help regulate your moods. Irritability and bad moods can be the result of your brain not producing enough of these chemicals. Nicotine stimulates the production of these chemicals.

Unfortunately these reactions to smoking are short lived and you will eventually crave those feeling again. Sooner or later you trick your mind and body into thinking that smoking is the only way to induce these feelings. Thus, your body is “physically” addicted to the nicotine.

The emotional side of addiction


Saturday, November 15th, 2008 | Author: Admin

Subject: Nicotine addiction

Here’s a great mystery of life: Every person who smokes is familiar with all the health risks involved with smoking such as lung cancer and emphysema. Those people know that there are more than 4,000 chemical compounds in inhaled smoke. Yet these people tell themselves, that they like smoking and you don’t want to quit? Is that mysterious to you?

Actually, it’s not a mystery. It’s an addiction and it can be dealt with.

Why is called smoking an addiction? Quite simply, because it is one.


Sunday, November 09th, 2008 | Author: Admin

Giving up an addiction could be one of the most difficult things to conquer. You may have gone weeks or months without smoking, then one day you slip up and have a cigarette or two. Don’t get discouraged. Giving up an addiction is an ongoing process, and even though you’re lost one battle, you still have to fight the war. After all, smoking one cigarette is better than smoking an entire pack.

However, don’t just think you can safely smoke every a cigarette or two every now and then, no matter how long ago you quit. One cigarette may seem harmless, but that one cigarette here and there can easily lead back to one or two packs a day.


Thursday, November 06th, 2008 | Author: Admin

Do you want to stop smoking? You’ve probably thought about it over and over again. You’ve probably even tried to quit smoking, but it just never worked out for you. The truth of the matter is you are not the only person in the world who has tried to quit smoking and failed. However, others didn’t have all the tools that could help them quit smoking and stay smoke free for the rest of their life.

People have probably been telling you to “just quit smoking already,” but they don’t realize that it’s just not that easy. Smoking is a psychological, emotional, and physical addiction. It doesn’t take long for smoking to become a reinforced need and it can become that much harder to quit if you have tried and failed before.


Thursday, November 06th, 2008 | Author: Admin

Over 1 million people have quit smoking using Cigarest. Unfortunately, most people who quit smoking worry about gaining weight. While a small gain is normal, excessive weight gain when you quit smoking can create new health problems and erode your determination to stay off cigarettes. Learn what you can do to keep your weight under control as you go through the process of recovery from nicotine addiction.

Why do people gain weight when they quit smoking?

Smoking increases metabolism slightly:

  • Smoking burns up to 200 calories a day in a heavy smoker
  • Because smoking burns calories, metabolism is boosted (increased) slightly
  • Nicotine is an appetite suppressant

When you quit smoking, a gain of between 5 and 10 pounds during the first few months of cessation is normal. If your eating habits have remained the same as they were when you smoked, you can easily shed this small gain with a brisk, 30 minute walk daily.


Thursday, November 06th, 2008 | Author: Admin

Have you ever wondered what’s in a cigarette that makes it so darned addictive?

Your body gets more than nicotine when you smoke.

There are more than 4,000 chemicals in cigarette smoke. The scary thing is… some of those chemicals are also in wood varnish, the insect poison DDT, arsenic, nail polish remover, and rat poison.

The ashes, tar, gases, and other poisons in cigarettes harm your body over time. They damage your heart and lungs. They also make it harder for you to taste and smell things, and fight infections.

Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Reducing Tobacco Use: A Report of the Surgeon General. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2000.

If you are ready to break free from your nicotine addition and Stop Smoking Today, give CigArest (CigArrest) a try today. You can start with a 30 Day Trial of CigArest (CigArrest) an be on your way to freedom from cigarettes.

Wednesday, November 05th, 2008 | Author: Admin

What causes nicotine addiction?
Nicotine is a drug - and it’s very addictive. Found in cigarettes, nicotine causes changes in the brain that make people want to use it more and more. Addictive drugs, such as nicotine, cause unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. The good feelings that result when an addictive drug is present — and the bad feelings when it’s absent — make breaking any addiction very difficult. Historically, nicotine addiction has been one of the hardest addictions to break. Cigarest has developed a program that has helped over 1 million people kick the smoking habit, and they can help you stop smoking now!

The Surgeon General’s Report, “Nicotine Addiction,” concluded that

  • Cigarettes and other forms of tobacco are addicting.
  • Nicotine is the drug that causes addiction.
  • Pharmacologic and behavioral characteristics that determine tobacco addiction are similar to those that determine addiction to drugs such as heroin and cocaine.

What else does nicotine do to the body?


Wednesday, November 05th, 2008 | Author: Admin

Did you know that you can eat five portions of fruit and vegetables each day, exercise regularly, but if you continue to smoke, it’s all for nothing?

Everyone knows that smoking is bad for you, but not everyone gives that well-known fact their full attention. Here are some of the health risks associated with smoking, and information about the Cigarest program which can help you Stop Smoking In 7 Days!

Why quit smoking?

Most people know that smoking can cause lung cancer, but did you also know smoking can cause numerous other cancers and illnesses.