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Where did such a huge smoking-cessation drug industry come
from anyway? It wasn't long ago when nicotine replacement gum, patches, inhalers
and nasal sprays didn't exist. Did you know that the drug companies are even
feeding people anti-depressants to help them lose the urge to smoke? To crave
things is a natural and normal human urge. To take drugs to make
our urges go away is neither.
The smoking-cessation drug industry has become enormous.
With the BILLIONS of dollars that society spends on smoking cessation, you would
think that more attention should be focused on NATURAL methods of quitting. But
that's just not the case. The fact is that quitting smoking without drugs
is UNPROFITABLE. And that's not good for the drug companies. DON'T BE FOOLED!
You CAN quit smoking naturally.
Drugs are so easy to use. Just take a pill or put on a patch or chew some gum.
What could be simpler? If only life really was that simple. The fact is that a
smoking addiction is a combination of physical and psychological dependence.
That's what makes breaking the habit so difficult. You have to defend yourself
from the addiction from two sides. Break your body's addiction to nicotine and
at the same time break your mind's addiction to smoking. Drugs might help
somewhat with your short-term physical addiction, but your psychological
addiction is much more complicated and takes much longer to address. That is why
using drugs alone to cure a smoking addiction is frequently inadequate.
Succeeding at quitting smoking with a drug-only approach is more difficult than
a program that takes into account the psychological dependence of smoking as
Why don't the drug companies do more to help their customers with the
psychological side of quitting? Of course, they want you to think that the use
of their drug is all you need, because it makes for better marketing of their
drugs! If the drugs are sold with the claim of a simple single solution, you are
more likely to purchase the drug. If you fail and return to smoking does it hurt the drug
companies in any way? Of course not. In fact, if you return to smoking and
to quit SMOKING again with DRUGs, the drug companies make even more money.
The psychological side of your smoking addiction is the most difficult to
Isn't using drugs alone to placate your urge to smoke is nothing more than a
ineffective CRUTCH? And it is a crutch that will not be there when you need it
most. If you break your leg, do you walk with crutches for the rest of your
life? Of course not. Crutches are a TEMPORARY FIX. Broken legs don't need
long-term solutions. They heal after several weeks. Then you don't need the
crutches any longer. Crutches work great for people with broken legs. Treating an addiction is
different than treating a broken bone because a broken bone is a purely physical
problem. Smoking is a physical AND MENTAL problem. If you quit smoking with drugs and then
you get the urge to smoke again after you have stopped taking the drugs, what
will you have to lean on? Will you be strong enough to not go back to smoking?
Mentally, your state of mind will be no different from what it was when you were
a smoker. Smoking cessation drugs will not only NOT help you once you have
stopped taking them, they will also give you a false sense of security that will
fail you when you really need help and support the most. The urge to smoke a
cigarette can come at a time when you least suspect it. It is not uncommon for
people to crave cigarettes months or years after quitting.
Nicotine replacement therapy (AKA patch, gum etc) works by feeding your body the
nicotine that you would otherwise get from cigarettes. Ordinarily, when you stop smoking, it takes several days to rid your body
of nicotine. During this time, your body senses that your nicotine level is
below the level that it wants to maintain, so it responds with nicotine
cravings. The cravings last until your body has no more nicotine in it. From
then on your urge to smoke cigarettes will be mostly habit-based. So how does it
make any sense to keep feeding your body nicotine after you have stopped
smoking? The longer nicotine is in your
system, the longer your body will crave nicotine. Its that simple. You can
quit smoking permanently without drugs by using your own natural willpower. We have already
started working on that and there is more help to come soon enough.
How did people quit smoking before we had these drugs? Obviously they used their
own willpower. The fact is that people will use these modern drug therapies
because the drug companies have us and our doctors convinced that we are unable
smoking without them.
There are also many serious side effects
when using smoking cessation drugs.
Read this informative article written by Wanda Hamilton, about the in-effectiveness and dangers of smoking-cessation
drugs at Forces.Org and you will learn
the truth behind the FDA's
approval of these medicines.
Drugs are the LAZY way to quit smoking. And the
lazy way is usually the least effective way.
The idea of taking a pill or sticking on a patch sounds GREAT. Just
spend some money at the pharmacy and your addiction will disappear! Well, too bad it
never works quite so easily. The drugs only work while you take them. When you
aren't taking them, you become abandoned by your therapy. The best way to quit
is a way that will stick with you forever. Most smokers can quit on their
own without spending a dime by using nothing but WILLPOWER. It is amazing how many people never even give good-old-fashioned willpower
a chance. Its even more amazing how many people try smoking cessation drugs and
go back to smoking, over and over again because they are duped into thinking
that all you need to do is take the drug and your addiction will end.
Why do so many people that use smoking-cessation drugs
REPEATEDLY fail at quitting smoking? Simple. All the focus is on the drug, not
willpower. The drug may lessen nicotine cravings temporarily, but does not
lessen one's psychological dependency on smoking and even prolongs your body's
craving for nicotine. And, after you have quit smoking, the urge to smoke
continues long after your addiction to nicotine and the use of smoking cessation
What do you do three months down the road when you are with some smokers,
(perhaps you've had a
few drinks), and someone is blowing smoke in your face? Are you going to run out
to the drug store and buy a nicotine patch? Smoking-cessation drugs are not the
answer. The focus with drugs is all on the physical and not on the
mental. While the drugs may have the ability to soften your nicotine cravings in
the first few weeks, once you've stopped taking the drugs, they won't help you
Flawed Approval Process at the FDA
There are so many questionable aspects of the FDA decision process regarding the
approval of drugs that we can't possibly mention them all here, but to just name
1. Many of the studies are funded (and possibly supervised) by the drug
2. In some cases political pressure has been brought to bear on certain
3. There are known financial ties between FDA panel members and pharmaceutical
companies seeking drug approval.
4. Regarding the approval of smoking cessation drugs, "The FDA
standard for approval for "efficacy" is that at six weeks the drugs
had to show significantly better rates than placebos (nothing) for 28 days of
continuous smoking abstinence in test subjects. The fact that at the end of a
year, many of those test subjects were smoking again did not enter into the FDA
approval process, and the pharmaceutical companies were able to list the quit
rates at six weeks on their drug labels."
"At 48 weeks after randomization, 10 percent of subjects in the nicotine
group and 12 percent of those in the placebo group were abstinent." Joseph
AM, Antonnucio D, "Lack of Efficacy of Transdermal Nicotine in Smoking
Cessation," Letter, New England Journal of Medicine, 341(15), Oct. 7, 1999.
In other words, at 48 weeks, those using nothing had a higher quit rate than
those using the patch." *
You don't need drugs to quit smoking and using
drugs to quit is costly, has significant documented side effects and has a high
probability of NOT helping you quit long term.
The NeverSmokeAgain.Com program is committed to helping you quit using
your own natural willpower. The NeverSmokeAgain.Com smoking cessation
program will help you resist the urge to smoke. You don't need the drugs.
And, if you DON'T use drugs to quit smoking, you will ultimately feel much
better about yourself. Take pride in your ability to control your own actions
and resist the urge to smoke drug-free. Use your own god-given natural willpower
to resist the desire to smoke.