It is a known fact that smokers act as a smoking support group for one another when any one of them is trying to quit. In other words, if two or more smokers are in contact, and one of them tries to quit, being in contact with others who are not trying to quit will only make it harder for the person attempting to quit to succeed at that goal.
However, our program has been tested under the most harsh circumstances possible – an entire household of five smokers living together. Only one of them knew it was playing; all five quit. In fact they quit so gently that they didn’t even realize it for several days.
There is no known way to get an entire household of smokers to quit simultaneously without them even knowing they’re using a smoking cessation product, except for this program.
If you play it to yourself, you will quit without difficulty, even around others who smoke. If you expose them too, they will also quit.
The important thing to remember is that the exposure must be consistent, and it must be sufficient. Every day, 8+ hours a day, up to a maximum of 21 hours a day, for at least 6 months straight is necessary to not just quit, but make the result permanent. Most smokers stop smoking after 2-4 weeks of exposure without trying, even while they continue to smoke as they wish. Making the result permanent takes significantly longer.
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