Quit Smoking Triggers-How to Avoid the Triggers that Make You Smoke
The road to a smoke-free life is filled with traps and pitfalls for many smokers who are trying to quit. It just seems no matter how they try, they eventually are overcome by a strong desire to smoke that they just cannot resist. Even with the best of intentions and strong "determination" they just cannot resist these desires to smoke.
These cravings to smoke are common for everyone who tries to quit smoking. They are often called "triggers" because they, well, "trigger" the desire to smoke, bringing about a craving. It stands to reason that if a smoker who is trying to quit avoids their triggers that it will greatly increase their chances of quitting smoking.
That is often easier said than done. The things that can trigger a desire to smoke are often woven into the fabric of the smokers life. Their triggers can be places, people, and emotions that are nearly impossible to avoid without living like a hermit.
But what is a trigger really? It basically is a thought, brought on by a particular feeling, which results in a mental craving to smoke. It is all in the mind. So really if you want to succeed at becoming an ex-smoker you need to remove the mental cravings to smoke when you try to quit smoking. Triggers are basically powerless if they cannot bring about a mental craving to smoke.
So how do you remove the mental cravings to smoke? It is easy; use a smoking cessation technique that is specifically designed to remove the mental cravings to smoke, rendering triggers harmless. The smoking cessation technique that accomplishes just this is NLP based hypnotherapy.
When you use NLP, or Neuro Linguistic Programming, to quit smoking you will be able to remove the mental cravings to smoke from your subconscious mind. This is accomplished quite easily by simply listening to a specially formatted audio recording that will put you in a relaxed state and erase the mental cravings to smoke.
Learn more about NLP and how it can help you quit smoking by removing your mental cravings to smoke by visiting our home page. NLP can help you easily quit smoking and you will not have to worry about quit smoking triggers that can sabotage your goal of becoming an ex-smoker.