Effective Ways to Quit Smoking

4 Easy and Effective Ways to Quit Smoking

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Cigarette smoking was once seen as glamorous habit celebrities were practising. We would wonder how cool it looks on them and often tries to imitate them by smoking. But, the curtain has drawn and now we have seen how deadly this habit can be. Read more to find tips that will definitely help you in quit smoking.

For all those people out there who wants to or are desperately trying to quit smoke, this blog is dedicated to all of you. We will talk about everything and anything there is to know about cigarette smoking, in order to quit it.

Around the world, nearly 6 million die from tobacco use annually, and if current trends continue, this number is expected to increase up to 8 million by the year 2030.

Smoking is a habit easy to acquire but harder to break as it contains nicotine, which is highly addictive.

Just like heroin or any other addictive drugs, the body and mind quickly become so used to the nicotine in cigarettes that a person’s need for it becomes unavoidable.

Sometimes Quitting is okay

Toxic Ingredients of Tobacco

Toxic Ingredients of Tobacco
Toxic Ingredients of Tobacco

Not only the cigarette smoker gets harmed by smoking but the people around him get affected. Chemicals present in cigarette smoke causes lung cancer when inhaled.

  1. Carbon monoxide: It binds to haemoglobin in red blood cells, preventing them from carrying all of the oxygen they normally would. This can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning.
  2. Nicotine: It is one of the deadliest element in tobacco as it targets the brain activity. While not known for cancer-causing or lethal, nicotine is highly addictive and exposes people to the very harmful effects of tobacco dependency.
  3. Arsenic: According to the Food and Drug Administration long-term exposure to high levels of arsenic leads to higher rates of skin cancer, bladder cancer and lung cancer, as well as heart disease.
  4. Hydrogen cyanide
  5. Formaldehyde
  6. Lead
  7. Ammonia
  8. Benzene

Believe you can and you’re halfway there.

– Theodore Roosevelt

By knowing these harmful elements will make you’re quitting easier. You can easily realize that the combined effect of these chemicals would be lethal and deadly.

Effective Ways to Quit Smoking

  • Find Your Reasons

Before quitting smoking, write down all the reasons that make you motivated enough. Use your mobile phones to store those reasons in case of withdrawals. You will have a helping buddy, anywhere you go.

  • Daily Activities to Perform

Pick any hobby to perform as a daily task. Activities like yoga, gardening and reading will take your mind off smoking. Apart from being a distraction, these activities will help you stay fit and healthy.

  • Identify Your Triggers

Many of you would not have realised but there is always a trigger to smoking. Take time and identify your triggers and work on them. When you know what triggers your smoking, then it would be easier to avoid it.

These triggers can be your work stress, family issues, personal problems and anxiety.

  • Anti-smoking Medications

There are a variety of quit smoking products options available in the market, Anti Smoking Strips is one of them. They are very popular and effective as well.

These strips will gradually help you to get used to them for your nicotine cravings.

These Anti-Smoking Nicotine Strips provides the nicotine that you normally get from cigarettes, but in a much lower quantity than cigarettes. It allows your body to normally adjust to having less nicotine until you no longer need it, thus, helps you quit smoking.

For people who prefer chewing gums then, we recommend you to use Nicotex Chewing gums.

These are Sugar-free gums that provides you with the nicotine that you normally get from cigarettes but in a much lower quantity. Also, Nicotex gums work on a WHO-approved therapy, called Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT). Also, Read:

These tips will help you in your quit smoking mission but at the end of the day, it’s your efforts that counts. When trying to quit smoke, always remember the reasons you are quitting for. If you find this blog helpful, feel free to comment in the section below. Share it to your friends, colleagues, anyone who is trying to quit smoking.

Stay Smoke-free, Live Longer

Habiba Fatima
Habiba Fatima is currently working as a content writer at Sterling India Pvt Ltd. She has a Masters degree (M.Tech) in Biotechnology. Apart from being a health blogger, she spends her time writing poetry.