How Can You Quit Smoking
According to the Surgeon General's report, “people who quit smoking live longer than those who continue to smoke.” Quitting smoking increases life expectancy because it reduces the risk of dying from smoking-related diseases. In an article entitled “Health Consequences of Sustained Smoking Cessation” the authors conclude that there is no significant difference between ex-smokers and people who never smoked if smokers quit and remain smoke free.
Once smokers quit, their chance of developing smoking related illnesses are the same as for someone who has never smoked, the only exception being lung cancer. Nevertheless, ex-smokers have a much lower risk of contracting lung cancer than smokers who continue smoking. Continue reading
Programs To Quit Smoking
When tobacco burns, it produces a mixture of gases and small particles. This mixture contains more than 4000 different types of chemicals. When smoke is inhaled, these chemicals enter the lungs. Over 50 of these chemicals are known to be carcinogenic. A carcinogenic substance is any substance that causes cancer.
Other substances found in tobacco smoke cause other types of disease The following are only some of the harmful substances that are found in tobacco smoke: hydrogen cyanide, tar, formaldehyde, benzene, carbon monoxide and many more. Continue reading
Easiest Ways To Quit Smoking
Many smokers want to stop smoking because they are concerned about the unhealthy effects of tobacco smoke. Those concerns are rationally justifiable.
Over the course of the 20th century, scientists progressively discovered the harmful effects that tobacco smoke has on people's health. While I rather prefer to focus my discussion on the benefits of stopping smoking, I think it is important to have a clear and informed understanding of what the health risks are for smokers. And, as you will shortly find out, they are enormous. Continue reading
Best Way Quit Smoking
As you probably already know, stopping smoking is the most important thing that you can do for yourself. In a short while, I'll explain why I believe this to be the case. However, I must admit, quitting smoking is a major challenge.
As a former smoker myself, and currently a smoking cessation counsellor, working in a busy hospital in Montreal, Canada, I regularly encounter the challenges and concerns of people who want to quit smoking. At the same time, I also note the great delight and pride that many of my clients express once they overcome the difficulties of quitting smoking. Continue reading
Hypnotism To Quit Smoking
Your artillery. There are several weapons that you can use in your fight to quit.
EACH OF THESE WEAPONS WORK- THEY HAVE BEEN PROVEN
You may use one, all, or a combination of several to achieve your goal. The urge to smoke is immediate, and usually lasts for five minutes. If you can resist for that period of time, you reduce the urge.
1. Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, and exhale as if you had just taken your first puff on a cigarette. Part of the feeling you get from smoking is a direct result of taking a deep breath. A deep breath allows you to take in a maximum amount of oxygen, and exhaling lets out large quantities of carbon dioxide. This results in a feeling of relaxation. Try it, you’ll see. Continue reading