Natural Quit Smoking Aids and Herbal Remedies

Even though natural quit smoking aids like herbal remedies, acupuncture, and hypnosis are more readily available and have gained some recent popularity, as far as research goes their long term effectiveness as quit smoking support are still largely unproven in clinical studies.

Natural Quit Smoking Aids, Herbal Remedies

Tobacco-free cigarettes contain a mixture of various herbs like jasmine, ginseng, and clover. But although they may seem like the best of both worlds (smoking without the dangers), these products still contain damaging tar and carbon dioxide just like regular cigarettes, as well as many chemical compounds released by the burning process.

In the past few years, natural quit smoking herbal remedies such as Kava Kava, a natural anti-anxiety herbal remedy, and St. John’s Wort, a herbal anti-depressant, have been used as herbal remedies to stop smoking. Often touted as natural quit smoking aids to replace proven stop smoking medicine like Bupropion (Zyban, Wellbrutin SR), clinical research hasn’t yet demonstrated the same degree of effectiveness for these natural quit smoking herbal remedies. However many successful smoking quitters swear by them.

Acupuncture to Quit Smoking

Acupuncture is based on Chinese medicine. Energy points located near the surface of the skin are thought to be connected to certain organs and body functions. For example, specific spots on the ears, nose, and wrists are thought to be related to the urge to smoke.

Many swear that the natural quit smoking aids gained from acupuncture works for them. Acupuncture has been very effective in helping many individuals to quit smoking, but what is the scientific evidence and how does using acupuncture to quit smoking work.

Hypnosis to Quit Smoking

The most popular and widespread quit smoking hypnosis methods attempts to change your unconscious attitudes about smoking.

While hypnotized, you’re given certain suggestions that might include; reminders to relax when you are having a craving and to feel good when you successfully resist the urge to smoke, or subconscious commands to be acutely aware of the stench of tobacco smoke, its harsh taste, etc.

Research has shown that quit smoking hypnosis may be credited as an effective natural quit smoking aid in the early stages of giving up. But there’s still much debate about whether it’s an effective long-term quit smoking method.

Qigong, Yoga, and Tai Chi as Natural Quit Smoking Aids

These gentle, health giving exercises have great therapeutic benefits that may help you to counter some of the unpleasant quit smoking side effects you may experience.

Yoga has become increasingly popular in recent years. Yoga is widely recognized as a scientific method to stretch, tone, strengthen, and relax your entire body. Yoga is safe and effective for people of all ages and will reward you with glowing good health.

Qigong exercises have been described as the most effective stress relieving, health boosting exercise system in the world. Qigong practice takes you into a more serene, contented state, and helps you change how you react to stressors. This could make qigong one of the best natural quit smoking aids.

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