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Guide To Quit Smoking By Understanding Relapses Part 1

A relapse is what happens when you smoke again after a period of time of not smoking. The question is how to you actually perceive a relapse? I personally believe almost all smokers will experience a relapse and it should also be viewed as a learning experience.

It is also an opportunity to find more about why did you pick up the cigarette again during that time. For example, you can learn about what are the triggers you should be watchful for or how to better position and have better preparation with your next attempt.

Actually, unless a relapse happens, itís harder to gauge the real reason for you to smoke. The relapses play a part as stepping stones to the pathway of being smoke-free.

Now, a relapse does not mean that you have failed. The moment you have failed is the moment you decide that you donít want to ever try to quit.


Relapse Causes

At time, you are able to predict that when you are about to smoke again. You may find yourself unusually thinking about smoking more often than normal.

The level of anxiety and irritation may also increase, so much so that the people around you may notice these changes and provide a feedback to you.

When you are able to recognize that a relapse is going to happen, you can often block the process.

Quit smoking studies have shown that smokers who have tried to quit experienced relapsed five or six times before entirely giving up smoking altogether.


There are some reasons for you to have a relapse.
1. Situation of stress
2. Unbearable cravings to smoke
3. Going through depression
4. Conditioned to smoke when you were in a situation, and you are in that situation again
5. Not prepared with a plan when facing stress.


The Denial-Binge Cycle

There is also another reason or cause of relapse happening. Itís called the denial-binge cycle. This starts when you suddenly changing your patterns of usage towards something or that when you deny yourself of having something.

Letís say you want to stop eating chocolates at night to lose weight. The moment you decide so, the next phase of the cycle takes place by you developing extreme cravings for the chocolate that you have denied yourself.

As your cravings grow, you tend to think about consuming it more and more often.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Tony James is an ex-smoker for 11 years and is currently helping smokers to quit smoking with ease without irritation, discomfort of cravings or withdrawal symptoms.

For more resources on how to quit smoking:

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