Here is how to Stop Smoking

@salonga (27955)
Philippines
October 16, 2015 7:31am CST
I have actually written about ice cube therapy for smokers in another site and today I would like to share how another smoker stopped his smoking habit with this therapy. It is the brother of my a friend of mine. I was the one who told him of this therapy which I also learned from my friend Rose who have successfully stopped this vice using this same therapy. It was Rose's doctor who taught this to him. I've been telling this to smokers who want to stop this vice so I could help them in my own little way. By the way, ice cube therapy is simply putting ice cubes inside the mouth whenever you feel the urge to smoke.
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@PhredWreck (6051)
16 Oct 15
I don't have ice cubes in my van, or at work, or lots of places. In fact I don't even keep ice here at the house.
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@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
16 Oct 15
Ice cubes is just so easy to make. If there is a will there is a way.
16 Oct 15
@salonga If there is a will there is a lawyer.
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@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
16 Oct 15
@PhredWreck lol you made me laugh! But I agree with you.
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• Thiruvananthapuram, India
16 Oct 15
I here, a small tablet is available in market. When u are in urge in smoke just chew it. I found it very useful for my relative friend.
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@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
16 Oct 15
What is the brand of that small tablet?
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• United States
16 Oct 15
a most interestin' concept. i reckon the 'brain freeze' ' 'nough to knock ones to their senses? does this somehow reconfigure one's desire fer nicotine?
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@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
16 Oct 15
The cold ice cube kills the desire for nicotine little by little according to my friend who successfully get over smoking using this therapy.
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• United States
16 Oct 15
@salonga hmm, may give such a go. 'course i smoke herbal cig's these days coz i can't partake in nicotine (inflammation).
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@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
17 Oct 15
@crazyhorseladycx do give it a try and I pray this will help you. Of course as my friend testifies, it takes effort and the will to get over the addiction.
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@jstory07 (70062)
• Roseburg, Oregon
16 Oct 15
.Does that work if it works good I will tell a friend of mine about the therapy.
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@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
16 Oct 15
Yes, it does! No harm in trying so you can always tell your friend Judy.
• Vancouver, Washington
17 Oct 15
@salonga try anything you can to stop this sounds the easiest
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@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
19 Oct 15
@softbabe44 Yes it is easy to do but still there must also be the will to withdraw from the addiction
@PainsOnSlate (20587)
• Canada
17 Oct 15
It sounds interesting. I quit by just stopping. It wasn't easy but it worked.
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@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
19 Oct 15
Nice to know you were able to do that. You have a strong will power for sure.
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• Canada
19 Oct 15
@salonga lung cancer is not an option. It scared the crap out of me so I quit.
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@Micmac (9464)
21 Oct 15
Interesting advice. I will inform my friends about this technique. Perhaps it will help them to stop smoking. Thanks for sharing this helpful therapy.
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@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
21 Oct 15
Thank you! At least we can help them overcome this bad habit.
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@Micmac (9464)
21 Oct 15
@salonga Yes, I hope so. I know they had tried other methods to stop smoking and were unsuccessful in their attempts. So your suggestion may be the right one for them.
@cherriefic (4805)
• Philippines
12 Jan 16
Sounds like a good idea. Maybe I can try it as well.
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@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
12 Jan 16
There is no harm in trying, it might help you just as it did to my friend.
@marlina (78199)
• Canada
19 Oct 15
The ice therapy sounds pretty easy to do. Does it really work?
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@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
19 Oct 15
I was never a smoker so I have no personal experience. But my friend Rose used to smoke until she was able to stop using ice therapy.
@DeborahDiane (23835)
• Laguna Woods, California
17 Oct 15
My husband used to chew on ice after he quick smoking. Now I wonder if he subconsciously was using it as a way to not go back to smoking!
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@salonga (27955)
• Philippines
17 Oct 15
I'm glad he was able to quit and hope he never smokes again.
@softbabe44 (5899)
• Vancouver, Washington
17 Oct 15
that would be a good thing to know
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@rakski (22113)
• Philippines
7 Nov 15
oh, is it to numb the insides of the mouth. I guess that could work. my husband quit smoking 5 years ago without anything but a determination to stop because his mother had a heart attack because of smoking.