Smoking Helps Me Concentrate


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The belief smoking helps you concentrate is another myth too.

Smoking simply takes away the artificially induced feeling of unease from the last cigarette. The “need” for another cigarette only reduces it temporarily. If you had never smoked you would find that even smoking a single cigarette had the opposite affect.

To repeat myself, the only reason smoking helps you concentrate is because you smoke.

Smoking reduces the oxygen levels in your blood. It also slows its flow, thus reducing the levels of nutrients and oxygen that can reach the brain. Waste products are not only increased, but are harder to remove.

As you can see this does not aid concentration in any way, only impairs it.

To help your subconscious mind remove the association of concentration with smoking please tap on the following…

 

“Even though it is a great shock and surprise to discover
that smoking doesn’t help me concentrate,
I deeply and completely love and accept myself.
I choose to absorb this new truth with an open mind.”


“Even though I still firmly belief smoking helps me concentrate
and this belief is very true for me,
I deeply and completely love and accept myself.
I choose to accept that sometimes beliefs can be wrong,
perhaps even this one.”


“Even though I must smoke to help me concentrate,
I deeply and completely love and accept myself.
I choose to recognize the truth that
smoking hinders my concentration.”


“Even though my subconscious mind still associates the need to smoke
with the need to concentrate,
I deeply and completely love and accept myself.
I choose to forgive myself for falsely associating these things.”


“Even though I can’t think what else I will do to
help me concentrate aside from smoking,
I deeply and completely love and accept myself.
I choose to believe I won’t need another crutch to
help me focus and concentrate.”


“Even though I am angry at myself for believing that smoking
helps me concentrate when it doesn’t,
I deeply and completely love and accept myself.
I choose to be grateful I now know the truth and
not waste time dwelling on the past.”

 

 

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