Get your Dopamine Levels Up to Quit

March 17, 2015

Every smoker, like you, knows that nicotine is pretty bad.  What you might not know is how nicotine tricks you by raising the levels of dopamine. After smoking a cigarette, dopamine level goes up artificially and you “feel good”.



The natural chemical reaction in the body like dopamine and serotonin decrease their natural production because the cigarettes are doing this job artificially. As a consequence, you might experience feelings of being cranky, down, depressed or anxious while you are trying to quit smoking.


One cigarette only affects your body’s ability to proper regulate dopamine and serotonin levels. This is why smokers light up a cigarette while under stress.


None of the Nicotine Replacement Therapy has the ability to regulate your dopamine levels. Medications like Chantix and Zyban do not help to produce more dopamine, but can dangerously stop dopamine reaching the brain, taking some smokers to suicide.


Nothing really sounds pleasure anymore, negative emotions take over and life’s hurdles are exacerbated beyond reality. The emotional chaos ends when the cigarette is light up, creating the distorted belief of being addicted to nicotine.


Get into the root of the problem by increasing your dopamine levels naturally.  Smoking is not a health solution, but just aggravates the problem. There are ways to regulate your dopamine levels naturally while you are quitting. If you are willing to quit smoking, choose a natural and healthy method, which gives you natural and healthy strategies.


Contact us on 0421 890 439 and learn how our Quit Smoking Program can help you to quit smoking easy in ONE hypnosis session addressing all issues related to this bad habit. Guaranteed to be a safe, healthy and natural method. To find out more click here


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