One Step at a Time Nicotine Addiction Withdrawal

July 1, 2012 by  
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Understanding the Problem
The U.S. Surgeon General has declared nicotine a drug and nicotine addiction as tough to beat as heroin or cocaine. For a smoker, the first step toward breaking this addiction is to recognize the problem and decided to do something about it. Congratulations for taking this step.
Conquer Nicotine Addiction the Natural Way: By Reducing Your Dependency.
Gums and patches don't reduce your dependency on nicotine. They just allow your body to get it from another source. One Step at a Time lowers your nicotine dependency in gradual increments. It offers a proven way to conquer your addiction. Without patches. Without gums. Without doctors. Without costly reconditioning programs.
One Step at a Time Works With Your Body
Step One. Reduce Nicotine 25%
Step Two. Reduce Nicotine 50%
Step Three. Reduce Nicotine 70%
Step Four. Reduce Nicotine 90%
The system consists of four filters, each to be used 7 to 14 days. The first filter eliminates up to 25% of nicotine and tars; the second up to 50%; the third up to 70%. By the fourth filter you will be eliminating up to 90% of nicotine and tars.
So, when you finally put that pack of cigarettes down for the last time, you can walk away with virtually none of the physical pains, mood swings and craving that have always made the cigarette habit so hard to break.
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