Tips to quit smoking

Quit smoking , improving your health, improve their health

Regardless of the age and the number of years of smoking cessation is one of the most effective things in order to protect your health. Men who quit between 35 and 39 years of smoking, increase their life expectancy by 5 years. Increase women the same age they to three years. Even after 65 of stopping smoking increases the life expectancy of men and women alike. One year after quitting, the risk of cardiovascular disease ( heart attack ) is halved. After 15 years, the risk is comparable to that of a person who has never smoked. 10 years after quitting, the risk of lung cancer is halved. In men, tobacco addiction increases the risk of impotence. Stopping smoking reduces the risk.

Advice for Stop Smoking

1.      Define your quitting date and stick to it.

2.      Avoid it entirely to smoke a cigarette after smoking cessation, even a single one: the risk of relapse is high.

3.      Throw away all cigarettes, lighters and ashtrays.

4.      Make a list of the disadvantages of tobacco and the benefits of quitting.

5.      Use nicotine replacement therapy, try acupuncture. Acupuncture treatment can increase your chances of successfully quit.

6.      Ask people not to smoke around you. Avoid in the first weeks of places where it is smoked. If you still can not avoid
         these places or you just refuse any cigarettes offer friendly, but firm. Be proud, not to smoke!

7.      Let people know that you have stopped smoking in your environment. Get support from them.

8.      Change your habits to avoid places and situations of smoking, e.g. leave the table immediately after eating.

9.      Make use of distraction pursuits to withstand the urgent need smoke( E.g. walk, drink water, chew sugarless gum,
          wash your hands). The addiction for smoke lasts only 3 to 5 minutes, just wait a while until it passes.

10.    Tell yourself that it often takes time and several attempts to get used to the tobacco-free life.