Category Archives: Smoking Cessation

Quit Smoking Tips for Women

It is more difficult for women to quit smoking than for men and today scientists try to  find out why. Back in December 1999, Nicotine &Tobacco Research journal published a research which found that men physically are more driven by nicotine, which means that they get more satisfied from smoking, while women smoke to satisfy their psychological needs, such as … Continue reading Continue reading

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Magnetic Fields May Help Smokers Quit

According to a recent study, using magnetic fields may help smokers quit. The researchers had used transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to free brain from nicotine addiction.  The results of the study were presented at the Neuroscience 2013 conference and the researchers said that magnetic stimulation of the brain may help people to quit completely. However, it is early to say … Continue reading

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November is Smoking Cessation Month

In the USA November was declared National Smoking Cessation Month and Quality Insights of Pennsylvania supports it. Health care providers say that quitting smoking, even for one day, is a very important step for smokers towards a healthier life and this helps to reduce risks for cancer. American Cancer Society says that tobacco consumption remains the largest preventable cause of … Continue reading

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Mondays Might Be Your Best Day to Quit Smoking

In order to examine smoker’s weekly interest in quitting, researchers from the Santa Fe Institute, The Monday Campaigns, San Diego State University and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health analyzed Google search quieries related to quitting smoking from 2008 to 2012 in such languages as English, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, French, Portuguese. John W. Ayers from San Diego State … Continue reading

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Are You Ready To Quit Smoking?

Over past years the efforts of many Americans to quit smoking failed. There days 1 in 4 men and 1 in 5 women do still smoke cigarettes. This is a quite confusing fact for people who never smoked. Does smokers really understand the negative effects of smoking on their body? The ftuth is that the majority of smokers do understand. … Continue reading

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Smoking Cessation: Three Days to Five Years Without Smoking

Three Days After You Quit In three days after you quit smoking, the nicotine will be totally out of your body. However, symptoms of nicotine withdrawal will acheve their peak. You may feel headaches, nausea, cramps along with anxiety, tension, or frustration. Experts recommend to use money you usually spent on buying cigarettes, on something nice. Two to Three Weeks … Continue reading

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Smoking Cessation: 20 Minutes to Two Days Without Smoking

If you decided to quit smoking, you should know how your body will react on it in first two days after your last cigarette. 20 Minutes After You Quit You will feel immediately the effects of quitting smoking as they show themselves at once. In 20 minutes after you smoked your last cigarette, your heart rate returns to normal levels. … Continue reading

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Can Meditation Help Quit Smoking?

A new study found that a type of meditation technique may help smokers quit, at least for a  short-term. The conclusion was made on the results of only 5 smokers. Scientists discovered that relaxation techniques not affected the frequency of smoking, which may mean that type of meditations plays an important role here. Should smokers practise meditation if they want … Continue reading

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Doctor Creates Safe Quit Smoking Product

Tobacco is a quite strong thing for smokers as it is not so easy for many of them to quit smoking. After a long war with smoking habit, smokers pick up a pack of cigarettes again. Here even anti-tobacco ads do not work. Dr. Hassan Amjad of Beckley, a researcher-physician, says that in this war may greatly help chewing tobacco, … Continue reading

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Quitting Smoking Effects on the Body

Smoking tobacco on a regular basis is a habit which causes addiction. A smoker does not get addicted at once, it takes some time to get addicted to nicotine. When he tries to quit smoking, nicotine withdrawal symptoms do appear and it makes quitting smoking quite difficult. Smoker experiences these symptoms also when he reduces the number of cigarettes he … Continue reading

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