Dear Dr. Andrews,
I hope you can help me because I don't know what to do about my smoking. I have been a smoker for 35 years and find it impossible to quit. Right now, I'm using the gum and it is not helping. Is Nicorette Gum any good because it makes me nauseous? Is there anything else I can do to stop smoking?
According to American cancer Society literature, 90% of those who smoke would like to quit, and have tried at least once. Most people believe they "should" be strong enough to quit by themselves. However, studies have shown that smokers who get help from an effective program using hypnosis, are much more likely to stop, with no unwanted side effects, and to stay stopped, than those who quit on their own. the success rate of clients in our program is close to 96%. The program is totally painless and natural and uses no substitutes or drugs. Part of the success of the program comes from the one year free support, which is part of the original investment. The Nicorette Gum is nicotine introduced to the system by absorption. There has been several side effects documented as to the use of this gum. If you are trying to kick the addictive habit of nicotine addiction, then why take nicotine in a different manner. Few people are successful with this method. When choosing a program for smoking cessation, look for a multi-dimensional approach for dealing with the nicotine addiction,one without drugs, nor pain.