You can Quit Smoking!
Deciding to quit is possibly one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. It will be simple to do, yet tough to follow through with.
Make a solid commitment and make a difference in your world.
•Smoking not only affects your lungs and life, but it can have dramatic affect on people around you who are breathing in your smoke, particularly your friends and family.
• Smoking is the cause of nearly thirty percent of all cancer related deaths. Smoking has been linked to cancers of the lungs, mouth or oral cancers, larynx, esophagus, and even the bladder.
• The primary addiction reinforcing chemical found in tobacco products is nicotine. More nicotine is added to the tobacco to make the products more addicting.
• There are several stages that usually begin the process of quitting smoking. You will go through all of them before you quit using tobacco products for good. Find out what they are and where you are in the process.
•Do plenty of research before you decide on what program, if any, is best for you and your needs.
•How do you deal with stress? Ask your friends and family to not cause you undue stress during the first couple of weeks after quitting. Find out why here.
•The number and intensity of effects noticed or felt during withdrawals will vary, sometimes widely, from person to person. See what you may go through.
•Cravings are the mind's psychological clock telling us that it is time to smoke. Can you work through those troubling times.
•Most people relapse within the first three months of quitting smoking. Find out how to not relapse.
Quitting using tobacco products is simple; maintaining the program after quitting is the hardest part you will endure.
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