Quit Smoking Products Increase your Odds of Stopping for Good

Multiple quit smoking products are out there which can assist you in stopping smoking for good. Utilizing a quit smoking product greatly can boost your odds of success. Only around 5% of individuals who attempt to stop tobacco succeed without using a quit smoking product. However, over 30% may succeed while using such a product. […]

Quit Smoking – Good Reasons for Quitting

Print version ( free PDF download ) from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services You will feel better. You will have more energy and breathe easier. Your chances of getting sick will go down. Smoking is dangerous. More than 435,000 Americans die each year from smoking. Smoking causes illnesses such as cancer, heart […]

On Paying The Price To Quit Smoking

Ever wonder what’s in the price you pay for stuff? The psychology of pricing has always intrigued me. But before that I want to talk about Chantix and quitting smoking. What is the big problem with Chantix? The problem with Chantix is that it works. Chantix appears more effective than the nicotine patch and wellbutrin […]


[widget id=”ad_unit-13″]ad_unit-13[/widget]Chantix and the patch used in combination I cannot seem to quit with just one non-smoking aid at a time. I was successful once before when I took a high daily dosage of Wellbutrin and wore the patch at the same time. Can I wear the patch and take Chantix at the same time? […]

Nicotine replacement therapy: Nicotine patch

After making up your mind that you will quit smoking, the next thing that you will ask yourself is “How can I quit from smoking?”It’s a tough question because you don’t decide that you will finally quit smoking and then “voila!”, you’re a non-smoker. For all those months and years you’ve spent inhaling and tasting […]

Zyban, Chantix, the Patch and a Stick

Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world. -Archimedes A stick on the ground is just a piece of wood. But if you pick it up it instantly becomes something else: A tool. A tool is something you use to make things happen. […]

“What is the big problem with Chantix?”

[widget id=”ad_unit-10″]ad_unit-10[/widget]Chantix is a pill made by Pfizer in 2006 to help smokers not want to smoke. A study of 746 smokers  found that 56 percent of those who took Chantix for 12 weeks were cigarette-free during the last month of treatment. Compared with 43 percent who used the nicotine patches. Bottom line: Chantix works […]

The Patch vs. The Gum – Which one is better?

[widget id=”ad_unit-10″]ad_unit-10[/widget]If I was in an imaginary world where I smoked and wanted to quit and my only two choices to quit were to take the nicotine gum or the nicotine patch which would I chose? I would chose the patch any day over the gum. Why would I chose the patch over the gum? […]

How do I know what strength patch is right for me?

[widget id=”ad_unit-10″]ad_unit-10[/widget]So you want to quit smoking using the patch. But when you go to buy a box of patches you see they come in different strengths. (Usually a 7mg, 14mg, 21mg patches). So how do you pick the right dose of nicotine patch for you? The answer is that you must first assess your […]


[widget id=”ad_unit-10″]ad_unit-10[/widget]You are now ready to consider the following question: How and when do you want to quit smoking? There are only two ways to effectively quit smoking, immediately (cold turkey), or gradually. When you quit gradually, you use various methods to taper off before you have that last cigarette. Neither way is better than […]