LifeSign QuitKey Smoking Cessation Computer
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My mother and I used the original LifeSigns product in 1989. She used the first cycle. She was smoking 3 to 4 packs of cigarettes a day when she quit. I used the second cycle and I was smoking 1.5 to 2 packs a day. She remained smoke free until her death in 2001. I think quitting added a few extra years to her life. I remain smoke free and now hate the smell of cigarettes. I wish I had never started. Unfortunately, I gained more than 5 lbs. after quitting. I recommend that anyone using this product have a good diet plan in place before quitting. Quitting was one of the hardest things I've ever done but I really feel that I did the right thing. I highly recommend this product.
After smoking 1 1/2 packs a day for 30 years and not being able to quit, 18 years ago I used a computer similar to this one. I have not had a puff since and am healthier because of it. You need to really want to quit. Just think of all the money I have saved in 18 years.
For 60 dollars and it can only be used twice ? I had the original I still smoke. Nuff said.
The user can olny reset this product once, and after that (two 31 day cycles)it does not work, battery or not. It seems to add a small amount to the interval it allows between cigarettes, instead of developing any relation to the user's pattern. I don't think that it is worth the money.
I used the Original LifeSign to quit smoking about 15 years ago. It worked like a charm. If this is the improved model I can only say that you would be foolish not to use this product. Like any "stop smoking" aid, you have to be ready to quit for it to be successful. Having made the decision, this aid will give the very best chance of carrying through with your decision. Follow the instructions and in a month you will be cigarette free. Good luck!