You already know smoking is bad for you. I don’t have to tell you that.
But you seek a way out, and that’s why you’re here. I bet you’re sick and tired of smoking cigarettes.
I’ll teach you how to quit smoking, and give you all the information you need in a realistic manner.
Nothing will be sugar-coated.
You need to know what really happens when you quit, and how you need to prepare for it.
iQuit-Smoking.com is specifically for the heavy smoker who is truly ready to quit once and for all.
If you only smoke occasionally, you can still learn some valuable information.
And the reason I say that is because those who only smoke one cigarette a day or less, don’t often see the devastating effects of long-term tobacco use, so they may not even be here in the first place.
It’s for those who are seriously addicted to cigarettes and desperately want to quit, but have failed trying, and are looking for realistic approaches.
Doctors and corporate businesses want you to spend money on NRT’s. (nicotine replacement therapy)
It’s quite obvious. It’s because they don’t work, that’s why.
Horrendous success rates, and they know you’ll end up right back in their office, filling out another prescription for something else.
Do they even care?
It’s only a way for them to make more money.
I wouldn’t waste my time on them anyways. You don’t need them.
You just need knowledge.
This is simple.
Quitting smoking has been the quest of my life.
I’ve relapsed so many times it’s ridiculous. If I had to count them it would probably be over 500.
My goal is to help people, and to show them how to quit smoking for good, and avoid what I did!
Why take drugs that have a 10% success rate? Do you think you’re going to be one of the lucky ones?
What doctor out there is going to tell you to NOT take anything? They would lose money if they did, and that’s not in their best interest.
So why believe them?
The answer is you shouldn’t. You don’t need them.
Most “smoking cessation” websites you see nowadays are just the big, brand name companies.
Try Googling “quit smoking” and see what pops up.
See anything you can relate to? Maybe one or two far down the page, but nothing else otherwise.
That’s my point.
I’m just a regular guy who goes to work 5 days a week and likes to go out occasionally.
I grew up in the 80’s. Spent my young adulthood in the 90’s. What a great time that was!
I was the guy you’d see on the streets lighting up a cigarette in the freezing cold. I was the guy you’d see outside of a bar smoking on a bench alone.
I was the guy who smoked 20-30 cigarettes a day, depending on the situation. I was also the guy who thought he couldn’t quit.
I tried virtually every method. Some of them help I will admit, but the side effects are horrendous.
After years and years of failed attempts, I’ve basically concluded there are only 2 solid methods of quitting: either you quit cold turkey, or you switch to vaping.
Everything else sucks.
Perhaps this is your first attempt at quitting. See if you can relate to my story.
If you can, then great! If not, then you still can learn some valuable information about quitting. Either way, you win.
If there is one thing I’ve learned in the last 10 years, it’s to NEVER GIVE UP!
You are not alone, and no matter how stressful and horrible your life might seem to you, it is not impossible to quit.
If you have the correct frame of mind, and you’re truly ready, then that’s all you’ll need to get started.
Now it’s not going to be a picnic in the park, either, I’ll tell you that right now. It’s not going to be easy.
All it takes is a little bit of self discipline, but you should know that already.
If you have the discipline, then you can go cold turkey.
But, if you don’t have it you need to find a way to get it, or else switch to vaping, and ween yourself off that way.
You definitely don’t need prescription drugs or any OTC (over the counter) products.
Then mentally prepare yourself and absorb my information.
If you aren’t truly ready, you’ll eventually relapse and go back to square one.
I’ve seen everyone in my life, who were smokers, relapse time and time again for the stupidest reasons.
I relapsed over 500 times probably, so I know what it feels like to go back to that dreaded Day 1.
I know what it feels like to hate your everyday life, and hate the fact you’re not in control.
Until you are ready to change your life around permanently, you will never be in control.
Nicotine will be.
Trust me, the best part of your life is still to come. I can attest to that.
I feel like a million bucks every single day of my life. And the great part is it’s only going to get better and better as times go on.
Where have you been? I don’t understand why you have so little traffic. Your awesome man. We need your youtube videos. You have the gift. Your the right person. Figure out how to make money and please please post more. I get life takes us in many different directions. Thank you for your videos man.
I have little traffic cuz I’m not a corporation. If you look at the top sites in Google, they are all mega-corporations. Little guys like me lose out.
Not if you know how to do SEO the correct way, can beat the big guys and make quite alot
Highly doubt it. There isn’t a small guy on the first 3 pages of Google. My site is built on keyword phrases and SEO. It’s literally about AdWords and spending budgets, which I have zero of.
I have to quit it sucks but I have to no matter what I cannot smoke
Brian Ogershok says
Hello there, I’m a new member of your quit smoking forum. I come here for clarity and closure. But…
I need advice. Please. I’m so low.
Here is my story so far.
Today is day 9, cold turkey after 13 years. I started when I was 11.
It’s disgusting to admit.
I feel horrible. Not mentally, but physically.
I quit smoking due to overexertion on my trampoline and was struggling to inhale deep enough to catch my breath. I was scared. I thought I was going to hyperventilate and pass out.
I was able to calm down, but since that day I have not had a cigarette, I have also not been able to stop thinking about my breathing and that is starting to become a serious issue for me. It’s making my anxiety worse.
Yesterday and today (day 8,9) I can’t breathe. It feels like it’s getting worse, I feel like I’m not fully exhaling or inhaling. My chest is so tight, my diaphragm hurts, my stomach is bloated toward the end of the day. I eat regularly. My bowels are recovering from the constipation. I am very on edge, and very, very, very stressed out about my house being foreclosed and my father passing away… what a time to quit smoking, right?
I am confused, I am dizzy, I am tingly and numb, I am very anxious and can’t stop shaking my legs. Sometimes I do feel like I’m going to pass out but I tell myself I’m fine and it’s just the symptoms and I feel better.
Then it hits me twice as hard. Like a nice acid trip. It’s comes and goes, I feel butterflies in my stomach. I cried for no reason while laughing with a friend. I’ve never had anxiety anymore it’s like 24 years of built up pain and stress just came out in one day.
When I was 8 years old, I taught myself that nothing in the world matters except for me, my life, my happiness, my future.
I trained myself religiously thinking that.
It takes a lot to make me mad. It took even more to make me sad.
I am a Leo. I am a PROUD Leo. I live up to my zodiac without a doubt. I shouldn’t have a problem with the stress and anxiety but my symptoms are making me feel like I have a serious health issue even though I am fine. A professional told me I’m fine. I got tested for Covid-19, I DO NOT have it, not have I had it at all.
My friend also just quit smoking cold turkey, she’s on day 4. She has had none of my serious symptoms (serious anxiety to the point you can’t breathe, breathing that causes anxiety, and all around pain) her symptoms are more mild like headaches and hungry all the time now.
It just makes me think, do I have an actual health issue from overexertion? Do I have dyspnea? Why do I feel the way I do? It comes and goes, but it’s way more here than there. Lasts for several hours and goes away when I am riding my motorcycle. It’s almost like that is my cigarette. If ANYONE would like to inform me on any other information, rare symptoms, odd symptoms, or when I will feel normal again. I’m not even sure it it’ll get a response at all.
Thank you, and good luck to the rest of you.