nicotine addiction

It’s odd but it happens sometimes, not taking your quit seriously. Maybe your aware of it or maybe not. But regardless of whether you’re conscious or unconscious, it’s blocking your success. So it’s important that you identify these red flags that you’re not serious about your quit. The easy way to —> Harnessing Motivation to […]

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How to Say No to Cigarettes

by Dr Antonio Howell, MD

in quit smoking

One of the most common reasons why some smokers experience a relapse is they saw someone smoking or was offered a cigarette. So it’s logical and practical to say that it’s a good idea to prepare yourself how to say “NO” when offered a cigarette or confronted by a situation where you are tempted to […]

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The Merriam Webster Dictionary defines addiction as the “compulsive need for and use of a habit-forming substance (as heroin, nicotine, or alcohol) characterized by tolerance and by well-defined physiological symptoms upon withdrawal.” Post by Help To Quit Smoking.

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Getting Through the First Week

by Dr Antonio Howell, MD

in quit smoking

Quitting smoking is a hard work. It never comes easy for most smokers. The irritability, great discomfort, and the anxiety associated with quitting are enough to trigger a relapse. Getting through the first week without nicotine is very important especially that the withdrawal symptoms are at its peak during this phase and the temptation to […]

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How Bad Is Nicotine, Really?

by Dr Antonio Howell, MD

in quit smoking

Chances are, you have read several articles discussing the ill benefits of smoking or you have seen it in many anti-smoking slogans. And by now you’re wondering how bad nicotine really is to your health. Below are some facts about the health risks of nicotine.

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