To quit smoking for ever must have a plan. Quitting smoking is very difficult. Most smokers who try to do it permanently fail. But you can do if you’re resolute and constant. Take a few precautions to stop smoking to avoid relapse and before you know it you will be considered a non-smoker.
Stop smoking for good
1.) Use a nicotine patch on your arm to avoid severe withdrawal symptoms of nicotine. Read the package instructions to ensure maximum effectiveness. Leave nicotine slowly increases the chance of success. If you want to stop smoking for good, use a nicotine patch is a good idea.
2.) Chew chewing gum nicotine. Whenever you feel urges to smoke a cigarette, chew a piece of nicotine gum. Chewing gum has two functions: calm the anxiety by giving your body the nicotine you need and gives your mouth the oral satisfaction that you stopped receiving when you quit smoking.
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Fresh Start is the name of a campaign that helps smokers kick the habit and live a healthier life. The fact that smoking has been linked to heart attacks, cancer, emphysema and other diseases and quitting means you reduce your susceptibility to such conditions. As the American Cancer Society states: “After five years of quitting, the risk of lung cancer is reduced by almost half.” Fresh Start is a series of group sessions and workshops that provide information and methods to help smokers succeed in their efforts to quit.
Read the brochure Fresh Start of the American Cancer Society. It is a two-page document that highlights the benefits of not smoking and describes how the program works. Being informed is the first step to quit smoking. Continue reading “How to quit smoking with Fresh Start”
Victim of successive failures, you are poised to confess defeated (e) by the cigarette. However, the harmful effects of smoking are more to demonstrate… Swiss researchers propose a new solution: a vaccine against nicotine addiction.
At the 2005 meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (Asco), Swiss researchers have announced the development of a vaccine against nicotine addiction.
New solutions needed to quit smoking
Despite the advances in medical research, lung cancer remains one of the deadliest diseases. Each year, more than 27,000 French die from this terrible scourge. Quasi-invariable, the cause is the same: smoking. Facing these figures and awareness of the harms of smoking, many have banned it from their daily lives. But it is not always easy to achieve… and this, despite the multiplicity of proposed solutions. Continue reading “Tomorrow, a nicotine vaccine”