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Smoking Cessation Tips for Seniors

Quitting smoking can be extremely hard for seniors who smoked a significant part of their lives. Health care specialists do recommend them to quit as soon as possible because at their age they are at higher risks for developing cardiovascular diseases. Here are some tips for senios for successful quitting. 1. Avoid triggers Being among friends or family members who … Continue reading Continue reading

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Yoga and Meditation Practices for Smoking Cessation

Till today there was made a very small number of studies on how mind and body may work together for smoking cessation. A recent one suggests that yoga along with meditation techniques may help people quit smoking. The results of the research were published in the journal called Drug and Alcohol Dependence.¬† It was funded by NCCAM. In the course … Continue reading

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Smoking Cessation Needs of Women

Dr. Kenneth Perkins, professor of psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh Medical School says that for women quitting smoking is more difficult than for men because of next factors specific only to women: 1. menstrual cycle may affect withdrawal symptoms; 2. women fear more than men to gain weight; 3. nicotine replacement therapy may not be as effective as for … 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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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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Smoking Cessation with “Quitter in You”

The American Lung Association together with WellPoint Inc have launched a smoking cessation campaign called “Quitter in You” to help smokers in their efforts to get rid of the habit. Thus WellPoint gave $1.5 million to the American Lung Association to support this program. The major goal of “Quitter in You” is to support people who want to quit smoking … Continue reading

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Reynolds adds aids to stop smoking

Reynolds American Inc., the second-largest tobacco company in the United States, expressed ots intention to participate in the nicotine-replacement therapy marketplace. The tobacco company launched the Zonnic gum of its Niconovum pharmaceutical subsidiary. ¬†With this gum Reynolds is asking smokers to trust the company that it produces the right smoking cessation product for them. Until four years ago, anti-tobacco advocates … Continue reading

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Quitting Smoking Does Mean Weight Gain for Many

According to doctors, an average amount of weight gain after smoking cessation is 2.9 kg. However, the recent study has found that quitters typically put on 4-5kg after a year of quitting smoking. The study states that the 2.9kg figure is a wrong estimate and physicians should provide realistic figures to patients. The study published on the British Medical Journal’s … Continue reading

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Reasons for smoking explained

If you stop smoking you gain weight safe! It is really true version that if people get rid of smoking, then they gain weight, but this was because they begin to eat so that to restrain their desire to smoke. However, different people gain different weight. Those who stop smoking, gain weight up to 5 kg, but this gain in … Continue reading

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Cigarettes Made from Tobacco with Less Nicotine May Help Smokers Quit

Smokers can inhale less amount of nicotine if they smoke low-nicotine cigarettes and do not return to cigarettes they light up earlier, in accordance with last study. In a study, in which 135 smokers between the ages of 18 and 70 took part, cigarette users who began to smoke cigarettes with less nicotine did not equalize by smoking more cigarettes … Continue reading

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