The Challenge of Helping Someone Quit Smoking

Quitting smoking is a very big challenge. A lot of smokers can say they want to quit and are aware of how risky it is to their health and also to their love ones but cannot really commit to quit smoking. The struggle is on because quitting smoking is not as simple as getting rid […]

Quick Help After Quitting Smoking

Quitting smoking is hard. There’s no doubt about it. But the good news is you can do something about it. Below are some quick help during your first few days after quitting.

5 Reasons Why You’ll Be Much Happier If You Quit Smoking

Smoking not only makes your skin dry and dull, stains your teeth, or makes your clothes smell like hell. It also affects how you feel about yourself, how you see others and how you relate with them. And often times, this causes you to feel sad and dissatisfied. Below are 5 reasons why you’ll be […]

10 Reasons Why It’s Not Cool for Girls to Smoke

If you think smoking is cool for a 13 year-old girl, well let’s just say that smoking is as cool as getting your fingers cut in a food processor. It’s nasty and painful but that is smoking. Below are 10 reasons why it’s not cool for girls to start smoking, or if you already have, […]

Teens and the Many Types of Tobacco Products

Tobacco companies are very much creative when increasing their sales and attracting new patrons. Unlike before, teens today have a variety of options when it comes to tobacco use. So if you think only of cigarettes when you think of teens and smoking, well maybe it’s about time you get to know the many other […]

How Smoking Cessation Benefits Your Mental Health

Quitting smoking has many benefits to your physical health as well as mental health. It is really beneficial when you know you are mentally healthy. Smoking cessation can help you feel better and live longer. We all know that smoking can cause different types of cancer and can increase the risk of neurodegenerative disorders like […]

Quit Smoking Guide for Under 18s: 5 Steps to Get Started

Smoking among teenagers isn’t new. People who start smoking at a young age have a higher risk of developing chronic health problems later in life. According to the CDC, if smoking persists at the current rate among youth in this country, 5.6 million of today’s Americans younger than 18 years of age are projected to […]