Quit Smoking accupressure Magnets

Lots of people with anxiety turn to smoking to ease the panic...

If you've ever tried to give up and quit smoking -- or been around someone who has--you've probably discovered that quitting isn't easy, even with the help of a patch, pill, gum or spray. Nicotine-replacement products work about 10% to 15% of the time.

Prescription medications such as Zyban and Chantix can boost the odds for success to about 25% -- but there's still a roughly 100% chance of frayed nerves, foul moods and urges to light up.Nicotine affects brain receptors that release dopamine – a neurotransmitter that affects addiction and pleasure. 


Quitting smoking causes A reduction in dopamine may be the culprit leading to miserable withdrawal symptoms such as irritability, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, and anger. 


Magnets have been touted as a medical therapy for several thousand years and now can help you quit smoking. 


Ancient Hindu teachings from 2000 B.C. tout the therapeutic use of magnets as did the ancient Athenian philosopher Aristotle. 


Cleopatra may also have worn a magnetic on her forehead to preserve her legendary youth and beauty. 


Others suggest that magnets alter nerve impulses, affect the acidity of body fluids or increase the flow of oxygen.

This new technique uses 2 bio magnets that you should place on a specific spot on your outer ear.

Using something called auriculotherapy, wearing these magnets cause your body to release endorphins, which are peptides that activate opioid receptors to deliver a calming, analgesic effect that can help relieve cravings and withdrawal symptoms.

The magnets press the points that help you release endorphins into your brain and it gives you the sensation similar to smoking.

Quit Smoking accupressure magnets will stay in place due to their natural attractant properties.

You can just put them on your ear and continue with your daily activities.

Wear it for 2 to 4 hours a day and this will help you not crave cigarettes anymore!

 

 

How awesome would it feel to finally break free from your nicotine dependence? And how much money might you be able to save in the process?

 

 

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