Fitness 

Reasons one should quit Smoking Cigarettes

There are so many reasons, but I would try to be short and sweet here. 1. To Increase your life Span, 2. Keep yourself fit and healthy 3. To save your Money 4. To save your time 5. To save your Family 6. To Save the environment. And Many More….. According to NHS: Why it should be done. Giving up smoking increases your chances of living a longer and healthier life. It instantly reduces your risk of death or serious illness due to smoking-related diseases, such as lung cancer, chronic…

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Medical 

Quit Smoking without Weight Gain

Quitting smoking without gaining weight can be a miserable stressful experience because of the nicotine withdrawals. Here you will find about cancer and natural health products I took and still take to detox after quitting smoking the nicotine from my system along with nicotine replacement therapy nicotine gum, nicotine patch, and no nicotine therapy, no nicotine herbal patch to quit smoking. Some of many chemical agents and carcinogens that are in cigarettes and cigarette smoke. People who are smoking are aware of the harmfulness without love for themselves or humanity,…

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Fitness 

Getting mentally ready to Quit Smoking

Before you can stop-smoking, you need to mentally prepare yourself. Many people who try to stop-smoking fail because they have not been mentally prepared for the challenge that lies ahead. Cigarette smoking is one of the most addictive substances there are. It does nothing to add to your life. It had a foul odor, stinks up the house and your clothes, yellows your teeth and causes wrinkles around your mouth. On top of that, it is very unhealthy. It weakens your immune system and leads to diseases such as cancer.…

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Fitness 

Finding the right motivation – Giving Up Smoking

Some studies show that only 3 percent of the first time cigarette quitters give up smoking for good. This is a grim outlook for any smoker hoping give up smoking, but it should also be noted that different studies have shown a more favorable success rate. In any case, one common trend among these studies is that they show very low success rate among first time quitters. As someone who quit smoking for good for many years now, it is my personal opinion that giving up smoking is all about…

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