Drug therapies used to help people quit smoking can improve quit rates, but it can be difficult to choose the right drug, the right product, and the right dose. Here are some safe and effective options for you: 1. Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) provides nicotine without all the other harmful chemicals (over 4700) found in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Withdrawal symptoms can be a setback for those attempting to quit smoking. But remember that they are a sign the body is healing, the withdrawal symptoms are usually short-lived, and they can be managed. Here are some tips on how to cope: Increased appetite : Eat balanced meals, snack on healthy low-fat foods, and drink […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Identify what makes you think about smoking (triggers), and put it into a list. Then, for each trigger, add a list of strategies that will help you cope. Examples of triggers are: after a meal, drinking coffee or alcohol, facing a stressful situation, driving in your car, when you are bored or angry, or after […]Continue Reading... No Comments.