Tobacco is best known for three major dangers: nicotine, tar, and carbon monoxide. Nicotine is the chemical that causes addiction but it is the tar that is responsible for the biggest health risks, including many types of cancer. Tar is toxic and damages the smoker’s lungs over time through various biochemical and mechanical processes. Tar also damages the mouth by rotting and blackening teeth, damaging gums, and desensitizing taste buds. Long Term Effects of Tar also include Lung, Mouth and Throat Cancer. Tar includes the majority of mutagen and carcinogenic agents in tobacco smoke.
We all know the health risks of smoking, but that doesn’t make it any easier to kick the habit. Whether you’re an occasional teen smoker or a lifetime pack-a-day smoker, quitting can be really tough. It takes patience, trust, and commitment to the goal. Most of us spend years tied to cigarettes. We desperately want to stop, but time goes by, making us feel weak, powerless, and beaten down. This causes a slow destruction of self-esteem, usually so gradual we don’t realise what’s happening. It’s no wonder that so many long-term smokers suffer from anxiety and depression.
Because smoking tobacco is both a nicotine addiction and a psychological habit. The nicotine from cigarettes provides a temporary—and addictive—high. Eliminating that regular fix of nicotine causes your body to experience physical withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Because of nicotine’s “feel good” effect on the brain, you may turn to cigarettes as a quick and reliable way to boost your outlook, relieve stress, and unwind. Smoking can also be a way of coping with depression, anxiety, or even boredom. Quitting means finding different, healthier ways to cope with those feelings. Smoking is also ingrained as a daily ritual. It may be an automatic response for you to smoke a cigarette with your morning coffee while taking a break at work or school, or on your commute home at the end of a hectic day. Or maybe your friends, family, or colleagues smoke, and it’s become part of the way you relate with them.
In order to successfully stop smoking
You’ll need to address both nicotine addiction and the habits and routines that go along with it. Fortunately, there are perfect products for these: Nicotine Patch/Gum for nicotine addiction and Cigarette Tar Filter for psychological habit. The secret is to let you get used to smoking with no nicotine and no tar, then it is easier to stop smoking. Many people have reported they have cut down the amount of cigarettes significantly with the help of patch and tar filter.
During this period, the psychological habit needs to be addressed. You will still have a craving for a smoke, therefore, ANTITAR Disposable Cigarette Tar Filter is here to help reduce 90% of tar content. Clear parts of these filters are made out of high-quality Crystal which is called Polystyrene. Yellow filter inside is made out of polypropylene. These materials are 100% safe and have no negative effect on human health.
Less Tar Same Taste
New: Smoke purification technology eliminates smokers cough and excess tar build up in as little as three weeks WITHOUT reducing the number of cigarettes smoked per day.
These filters help reduce the tar by up to 90% and many smokers love it because the taste of the cigarette does not change! After a few weeks of using this filter, smokers may see their morning cough lowered.
Proven to reduce the amount of cigarette intake
Cigarette filters give some smokers the evidence needed to cut back on the number of cigarettes they smoke. The filters do not capture all the tar that would otherwise enter your lungs. For some people, this understanding motivates them to quit completely. Using this filter, you can see immediately how much tar is trapped inside. Regular use of Cigarette Filter reduces coughing and shortness of breath, relieves sore throat. Note: *** This cigarette tar filter do not make any cigarette safe, don’t mistakenly think that it is safe to continue smoking as the tar is already removed. Please use this only as part of the smoking cessation program. ***
Clearly, quit smoking is a process that takes time. Asking smokers to immediately cut their habit is almost impossible. But with the right tool and discipline, even though it is a slow process, but surely you can stop smoking. Quitting tobacco will empower you much more than you can imagine. Once they grasp it, most people refuse to let go of the freedom that comes from taking back the control that addiction stole.
Helping a loved one to stop smoking
It’s important to remember that you cannot make a friend or loved one give up cigarettes; the decision has to be theirs. But if they do make the decision to stop smoking, you can offer support and encouragement and try to ease the stress of quitting. Get ANTITAR Disposable Cigarette Tar Filters for as a great gift for someone you love!
Testimony from people who use ANTITAR Cigarette Tar Filter:
"These filters work great for anybody that just can not kick the habit they have cut my morning coughing almost completely and are easy to carry in your pocket. I give everybody I know that smokes a few to try and several of them have started using them with positive results also. You will be grossed out at what these filters keep out of your lungs." ~ Jeffrey F.
"My husband used to smoke a pack a day and now he is down to less than 1/2 a pack a day. We are excited to see what the future holds for him." ~ Jane K.
"Just love them not feeling as bad smoking when I'm using them & my morning cough has almost disappeared" ~ James R.
"A friend of ours bought these filters from you a few weeks ago. He gave a couple to my husband and we both tried them and felt they were worth purchasing ourselves. So we did. We are very happy with the filters as you can actually see the tar build up as you are using the filter. I wish I had known about these years ago. We are very happy with our purchase and will purchase again." ~ Jene D.
"I can definitely tell a difference between using a filter and not using one! I can tell that I’m breathing a lot better! Hopefully this will help me quit.....but it keeps tar from getting into my lungs. Filters are very nasty when I throw it away. Get about 3 or 4 cigarettes to each filter." ~ Edward H.
"Smoked for 45 years..used the filters for about 1 year. Quit cold turkey with no withdrawals..I've been tobacco-free 1 year 3 months and I smell sooo good!" ~ Gail H.