Supporting the Addicted Brain from Nicotine Dependency

The writing is on the wall. In fact, it’s on walls everywhere. No smoking. The signs and policies are found in restaurants, businesses, government buildings, and seemingly every public location you can imagine. Time is running out on nicotine.

Of course you know the health risks associated with nicotine. Everyone knows them. They’ve been around since the 1600’s. Nicotine is a leading cause of cancer, emphysema, heart disease, stroke, and death. It is often said these health risks with nicotine “can be avoided.” But if you smoke or chew tobacco, you know all too well it’s pretty hard to avoid nicotine once you started, right? And there’s a good reasons for it.

Nicotine hooks you hard. Nicotine hooks you fast. Its strength and speed team up for the biggest part of the problem. Tolerance is also a key factor. You get tolerant to nicotine’s effects and require more and more to reach the same level of stimulation. This explains how you quickly go from a cigarette or two hanging out in a bar to a one or two pack a day smoker.

Whether you smoke or use smokeless tobacco, it’s like you get caught in a deadly nicotine addiction faster than you can spell the word – cigarette.¬† eliquid

Nicotine gets in through the lungs, skin, and mucous membranes. It enters the bloodstream within seconds, goes right to your brain and then the rest of your body. It doesn’t last very long. The body gets rid of it very quickly. That’s why you smoke or chew so often. You’re trying to maintain a level of nicotine that feels good in your body. But then there’s the brain.

The brain is the source of the pleasure get from nicotine. It’s also the source of the discomfort and irritability you feel when it wants more nicotine. Your brain gets addicted to nicotine and falls out of balance. It causes the cravings that can be so unbearable, they are irresistible.

Millions of smokers and smokeless tobacco users try to break free from nicotine addiction every year. Only about 10% actually succeed. Most quit trying to quit within a week. Blame the addicted brain.

All of these people who tried to quit smoking or chewing didn’t fail to succeed because they didn’t really want to quit. It wasn’t because they were weak or had a lack of character. It’s that they didn’t have the necessary strategy or tools to address the addicted brain. Addiction is a disease with a real biochemical aspect to it. The common addiction treatments methods failed, not the addicted. No one was focused on the biochemical solution, until recently.

After ten years of clinical research, a breakthrough in addiction treatment was discovered. It addresses the biochemical problem of addiction and delivers a solution. It’s known as ModeraXL.

ModeraXL inhibits cravings from nicotine addiction and smoking cessation. It is able to regulate discomfort by using All-Natural vital nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and amino acids to balance the brain chemistry. Another benefit is the calmative formula that promotes mental clarity and good decisions. Now you can think clearly again without being focused on smoking your next cigarette or chewing your next chunk of tobacco.

You can even start ModeraXL while you are still smoking or chewing tobacco. The vital nutrients will help to inhibit your cravings from nicotine addiction and you can wean yourself off of using nicotine naturally.