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Advice blog, Quitsmoking.how has published a review of EaseQuit, a kit that consists of auricular therapy magnets, which stimulate the brain to release the same chemicals it does when people smoke. Unlike other therapies, EaseQuit is non-invasive, is 100% natural, and has no side effects.

Advice blog, Quitsmoking.how has published a review of EaseQuit, a kit that consists of auricular therapy magnets, which stimulate the brain to release the same chemicals it does when people smoke. Unlike other therapies, EaseQuit is non-invasive, is 100% natural, and has no side effects.

The Quitsmoking.how’s EaseQuit review starts with an overview of the product and a list of benefits. The product has four main benefits. First, it has been proven to be very effective in helping people beat smoking addiction, and reported to enable individuals to quit within seven days.

Second, EaseQuit is 100% safe in that it does not contain nicotine or chemicals and is non-invasive so the user does suffer any side effects, withdrawal symptoms or cravings. The kit only consists of auricular therapy magnets, which the smoker places in the inside and outside of the ear.

Third, the EaseQuitkit encompasses auriculotherapy and reflexology treatments, which help people fall in a state of comfort and relaxation, and reduces stress; the main reason why people feel the need to smoke. Finally, unlike other methods such as e-cigarettes, and other nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs) where refills or pills need to be purchased, the EaseQuit auricular magnets last a lifetime, and therefore the treatment is so much cheaper.

Quitsmoking.how’s blog then moves on to explain how the EaseQuitauriculotherapy pack works. The magnets work when the correct pressure is applied to them after being placed on the inside and outside of the ear. The pressure causes the magnets to gradually stimulate the nerve ending of the outer ear or auricle, which releases endorphins that help people feel relaxed and comfortable.

The review then provides a detailed comparison between EaseQuit and alternative methods of quitting smoking, which include the cold turkey method, various NRTs such as nicotine patches, lozenges, and gums, and hypnosis and behavioral therapy. Such methods have been highlighted by the blog as either being ineffective or causing side effects such as fatigue, headaches, nausea or dizziness.

Quitsmoking.how contains a variety of articles on how to quit smoking, the techniques and treatments available, the health risks of smoking, and the health benefits of quitting.

Interested readers can find out more at www.quitsmoking.how

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