Are you still filling your lungs and polluting the air with cigarette smoke? Why? If it's because you don't think you can quit because you have tried before and failed? Then perhaps you haven't found the right method or mindset yet. Smokers everywhere toy with the idea of quitting at one time or another, preferably sometime in the future. I know I thought about it often but did nothing about it.
Most people wish they could quit smoking. The problem is they can't. They may be highly committed to quitting but they cannot do so. Why is this? Smoking is addictive and it takes a lot of effort to quit the habit. This is why Quit Smoking by Dr. Arnd Stein is such a welcome CD. Unlike other gimmick oriented smoking cessation programs, this is a viable one that can help you stop smoking.
You want to see your son graduate from college or see your daughter in her first musical. They thing is you smoke and your health has been compromised. You are determined to quit smoking and are searching for ways to make that happen so you will be with your family for decades to come. Quitting smoking can be difficult, but there are many methods to try.
Cigarette smoking has been part of our social scene for close on 100 years. Long before that tobacco was used in pipes, snuff, for chewing and in cigarillos. For decades people have been told that smoking is not good for you, but it is probably only the last fifty years that actual research statistics began to emerge. Even after that, the huge amounts of money involved in the sales of cigarettes and tobacco meant that the tobacco bosses held power in the argument.
There are people who feel smoking is just some kind of hobby that smokers have. Studies by the AMA, the American Lung Association, and the American Cancer Society show that smoking is a major contributor to premature death. Did you realize that smoking not only poisons the smoker, it also causes the deterioration of the health of those around the smoker, especially children whose organs are still in the stage of development?
Anyone that ever tried to quit smoking recalls the battle between wanting to quit and wanting a cigarette. While your logical brain knows you'll survive the craving and that the change is good for you, your pleasure center in the brain simply wants to inhale the delightful toxin filled smoke and get that kick when you take the first hit off a cigarette.
The smoking of a woman during pregnancy is much more dangerous than for almost any other smoker. This is due to the risks to the unborn child growing inside her. It is instinctive for a mother to want to do all she can to ensure the health and safety of her child. Continuing to smoke through pregnancy is in direct violation of this natural desire. Do you know of pregnant women who still smoke?
Giving up smoking is usually thought of as being very difficult. There is the mixture of an actual physical craving and also a psychological craving you will need to contend with, so it's not really surprising that many people who decide to give up smoking don't succeed on their first attempt. One of hardest issues that affects many smokers is how to manage those cravings.
Smokers who quit experience many different withdrawal symptoms, but one that is very common is also a symptom few people like to discuss--constipation. Smokers have grown accustomed to the many chemicals found in cigarettes, and when those chemicals are suddenly removed from the body, very strange and troubling changes often occur. Irregularity is one of those troubling side effects.
In this article today, I would like to talk about why there is too much information on quit smoking solutions and how to find the best way to quit. OK, so I went to Google and did a search for "Quit Smoking". I only got about 13, 000, 000 (13 million) results. This should tell you that there are a lot of websites that try to give you the best solution kicking the habit.