Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Oct 29 2013
“Being around a grandmother that was a chain smoker, as well as lot of smoker friends, I learned a few things. People trying to quit need some kind of mouth/tongue stimulation. So a few things that help distract you from pulling out that cigarette….........something to chew on. My grandmother chewed on the cap on a pen for a few months and finally stopped smoking after 60 years of being a dedicated smoker. Also a tastier way to go about this is get Ginger Chews….........they are SUPER…
Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Oct 24 2013
London - Children whose mothers smoked in pregnancy have smaller brains and are more anxious and moody than other boys and girls, a study found.
It showed that babies exposed to nicotine and other tobacco chemicals while in still in the womb were more likely to have trouble eating and sleeping years later.
Tests done at between six and eight years old showed they were also more likely to get tired easily, lack energy and generally look unhappy.
Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Oct 22 2013
“I have found it helpful to leave notes all over my room of what my plan is and why so that I have constant reminders of what I’m doing and why I’m suffering through these cravings.” -Jaclyn A. | White City, Oregon, USA
Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Oct 17 2013
Alarming graphic shows how cigarettes cause women to go grey and sprout facial hair and men to have sluggish sperm
Tobacco Body has been created in conjunction with the Cancer Society of Finland to show the damage smoking causes
Highlights lesser-known effects such as spots, grey hair, increased risk of stomach ulcers and weight gain
Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Oct 15 2013
“Here is a tip that helped me the most when i quit smoking.I took drinking straws and cut them to the size of a cigarette,then i too some cotton and stuffed it in the end good and tight,and when I would crave I would pretend to smoke them. I even used them when I was driving. I would take good long puffs and fool my brain and the craves went away.With time i didn’t even need the straws.” -Debbie L., Texas