Champions quit. They want to, and they’ve found a smarter way.
One stick of cigarette contains nicotine, an addictive substance, and 4000 chemicals including 70 carcinogenic substances. Nicotine, which causes a chemical called dopamine to be released, is primarily responsible for the ‘feel good’ factor that comes with every puff; and the want for this feeling again, may eventually turn into an addiction.
The first step is to strengthen your resolve to quit and then seek help. Studies have shown that most smokers try as many as 7 times, before they successfully quit. Smoking cessation treatments, such as Varenicline, help to make quitting easier. Those undergoing such treatment will experience some side effects such as nausea, insomnia, abnormal dreams, and headaches; however, withdrawal symptoms such as mood swings and fatigue are reduced. Temporary setbacks are more bearable when you think about the long-term benefits such as reduced risk of cancer, heart disease, stroke, lung disease and other respiratory illnesses.
Talk to a qualified doctor or pharmacist for consultation on the smarter option to quitting and to better health.
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