(Natural News) Over one billion people smoke cigarettes daily, and that’s nearly 1 in every 5 people. Four out of five of those smokers are men. Plus, more than 55 million people vape, and although vaping involves fewer toxins than those nasty cancer sticks, nearly everyone who vapes is still ingesting nicotine, the world’s third-most-addictive drug. Nicotine is brutal punishment for the body over time, and causes systemic damage, as it constricts veins and capillaries, thus limiting the flow of blood, oxygen and nutrients to vital parts of the body (also increasing risk and severity of Covid by compromising immune function). Got limited endurance? That’s the nicotine. Out of breath frequently, even when you’re not smoking or vaping? That’s the aftermath of nicotine’s chronic damage.
If you’ve tried the nicotine patch or the nicotine gum as a quit method and it failed you miserably, that’s because both still contain nicotine. Why would you try to quit something so addictive by doing more of it? It doesn’t make sense. Keep reading for a different idea.
Are you tired of “nicotine alternatives” that still contain nicotine?
Do you know who manufactures and sells the nicotine patches and gum? Big pharma. Yes, that’s because they know they don’t work to help you quit. Whether you’re trying to kick the habit quickly or over time, less than three percent of people who use patches and/or gum ever quit, because even 4 milligrams of nicotine is enough to keep you addicted, wanting more and more, until you’re back to smoking a pack or two a day, or vaping every 10 to 15 minutes. Would you try to quit an alcohol addiction by sipping on “weak” beer or wine all day? Of course not.
Even exposure to second-hand smoke or exhaled nicotine causes damage to the “non-users.” Nicotine constricts blood vessels, including the ones in your skin. This reduces your blood flow and fingertip skin temperature, causing blood vessels to get even more narrow. Over time, these blood vessels lose flexibility and become stiff. Now imagine what’s happening throughout your body.
The companies selling the nicotine-loaded patch and gum know this. They know your organs and your cells are also depleted of oxygen and nutrients. In turn, your heart rate increases, as well as the size of your heart, in order to meet the need for more oxygen. At this increased rate, less elastic blood vessels make the heart work even harder to pump blood. Nicotine therefore changes the function and structure of your entire oxygen and nutrient delivery system. Wonder why you’re not motivated to exercise, and can’t last very long when you try? Quit wondering, and do something about it.
Drop the nicotine patch, the pills and the nicotine gum, and go natural and clean
Zero nicotine, zero cravings. That’s what a revolutionary new product delivers for nicotine users who want the next step in the evolution of cleaner choices for kicking nicotine cravings. A couple of entrepreneurs invented Krave Kicker, the evolution of nicotine “alternatives” that contains zero nicotine and actually works. Based on peer-reviewed science and clinical research, the superfoods and supplements in this product blend provide a natural dopamine boost without any punishing drugs, chemicals, sugar or artificial sweeteners. It’s the reward the body wants, and it’s a mood elevator that motivates nicotine users to actually exercise, without getting tired so fast.
Like no other product on the market, Krave Kicker offers a clean alternative to nicotine and effective, natural relief from nicotine cravings for hours on end.
Tune your internet dial to StopSmoking.news and find out more ways to kick nicotine for good and recapture that fountain of youth you enjoyed before you got all wrapped up in the nic fix. You can do it. Spring and Summer are right around the corner. Now is the time to kick those cravings naturally. It’s time to reclaim your brain health, lung health, memory, focus, motivation, circulation, taste and sense of smell. This has been a public service announcement from Natural Health News.
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