Today marks The American Cancer Society's 37th Great American Smokeout. Research shows that smokers are most successful in kicking the habit when they have support from friends & family. So share the below information , ask your employer if they offer a Smoking Cessation Program (ours was a great success) and visit www.cancer.org for more ways to stay healthy!
The urge to smoke will come and go. And typically, a craving will only last 5-10 minutes. It might be uncomfortable, but try to wait it out. Make a list of things you can do to distract yourself. #QuitTips #Smokefree
The Side Effects of Quitting Smoking- Fact is smoking cessation could be a very hard task but anyone can do it. Some may have tried but still end up back at the same bad habit. This is due to the effect of nicotine which tells the brain to crave for more of it. Nicotine is as highly addictive as heroin and cocaine. Eventually, an individual gets too emotionally and physically hooked on nicotine. To successfully quit, a smoker must make a commitment to himself to quit and to stay…
Get more tips to quit smoking: http://healthycanadians.gc.ca/health-sante/tobacco-tabac/quit_now-cesser_maintenant-eng.php?utm_source=pinterest_hcdns&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Apr23_quitsmoking_EN&utm_campaign=social_media_14