Lynn Storgaard (ConleyGraham9)

To successfully quit smoking, to truly stop smoking, one must locate the ideal solution for their problem. Many search to prevent smoking using the nicotine patch. The theory is that when a person utilizes the smoking patch, and gradually withdraws from cigarette by consuming less and less nicotine in the patches, that ultimately, the urge to smoke will be eliminated. The achievement rate for this particular system is small (1). In fact, it is much like (or less) to merely hoping to stop"cold turkey". This tells us that the urge to smoke cannot simply be present from the addiction to nicotine. Certainly that's a part of the syndrome, but it cannot be it all, or the system would be 100% effective for every smoker using it. However, it is not. Not even close. Far less than 10%. My Website