We are super excited to share this episode of Kick it Naturally with anyone and everyone who’s struggling with giving up smoking. Why are we so excited? Mainly because we’ve got a couple key insights that might make the difference and help you finally quit smoking, even if you think you’ve tried everything already. Listen in as Tony, Will and Kinna talk about the underlying body chemistry imbalances that may be keeping you stuck on smokes and learn what you can do to correct those imbalances and finally quit smoking successfully.
In This Episode You’ll Learn
- While there are blatantly addictive chemical additives in cigarettes there are certain body chemistry imbalances that can make it even harder to quit smoking than it needs to be.
- Smoking elevates blood pressure by thickening the blood and constricting the vascular system.
- This blood pressure elevation effect can make smoking especially dangerous for people with hypertension, but it also makes people who normally have low blood pressure feel better.
- When a person with otherwise low blood pressure (an electrolyte deficiency imbalance) smokes and feels their blood pressure come up to a normal range they feel better. When such a person tries to quit smoking, not only do they feel the withdrawal symptoms from the addictive chemicals (nicotine), but they also feel the negative symptoms of their low blood pressure.
- Eating carbohydrates is another way to quickly boost blood pressure. This is one reason why people who tend to have low blood pressure eat more carbohydrates and gain weight when they try to quit smoking. They are unknowingly substituting carbohydrates for cigarettes to support their blood pressure.
- Taking healthy steps to correct low blood pressure and stabilize blood sugar can make the process of quitting smoking a whole lot easier.
- The most important steps to correct low blood pressure and the electrolyte deficiency imbalance include correcting digestive issues, adding natural salt to your diet and eating in a way that creates stable blood sugar.
Links Relevant to this Episode
- Our Digestive Issues Course
- Our 12 Week Fat Loss Course
- Concentrace Trace Mineral Drops
- Recommended Digestive Supplements
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