After each cycle, rest for a minute. To get a good result, make about 5-6 cycles. Exercise every time you feel the urge to smoke.
Breathing exercises are not an invention of modern medicine. They have long been practiced in the medicine because they help in the proper development and practice of the respiratory system and are useful for cleansing the body from the bad effects of smoking.
Exercises are performed very simply. Choose one that suits you and do them every morning and during the day when you feel the urge to smoke. After these exercises the, desire to smoke usually disappears.
When you feel the urge to smoke, move to fresh air. Sit up straight and relax. Take a deep breath and hold your breath for 3-5 seconds. Then slowly exhale. At the end of exhalation hold your breath again at the same time (3-5 seconds). Repeat the exercise 10 times. After repeated practice, you will feel a little dizzy associated with brain oxygen saturation. The result will be a reduced desire to smoke for a long time.
Slow inhale air through your nose and exhale it a little faster. If you align yourself with a steam locomotive, the exercise will not only be efficient but also fun. Exercise, start slowly and build up the pace. Finish a cycle after 30 breaths. After each cycle, rest for a minute. To get a good result, make 5-6 cycles. Exercise every time you feel the urge to smoke. Over time you will notice that you do not think so often about cigarettes.
When doing this simple exercise, the lungs receive the required amount of oxygen (because of their insufficient ventilation which leads to a general reduction in the number of respiratory movements per minute), the chest gets proper innervations (energy supply) by the endings of the nervous system and abdominal organs get good systematic massage thanks to the strong rhythmic motion of the diaphragm. Do this exercise every time you feel the urge to smoke.