Tobacco is a substance extremely harmful to the human body. Smokers are much more likely to get sick and die more prematurely than those who do not smoke. If you smoke, you should seriously worry about how this harmful substance is affecting your health and the health of those around you when you smoke.

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Nicotine is a highly addictive substance and if you smoke regularly, you should consider it extremely difficult to stop smoking without professional help. Moreover, most people cannot quit smoking in their first attempt. Therefore, be aware that you may have to try several times, but we assure you that quitting is the best thing you can do for your health.

How To Quit Smoking?

The first step is the most important: Decide to stop smoking. For this, define a date to stop smoking and respect it. We strongly recommend you to be advised by a health professional specialized in the subject.

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The help is not only medical, but you can also seek the support of your family, your friends, of course, doctors and specialists in the subject. Your doctor can prescribe a special medication to break your nicotine addiction. Make a list of high-risk sites where smoking is most encouraged and you should avoid visiting and in the same way, change your routine so that you only visit places where smoking is prohibited such as shopping centers, restaurants, cinemas, etc.

What you will achieve when you quit smoking?

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Not only will it substantially improve your health, but also the health of those around you when you smoked (passive smoking). By the end of the first year without smoking, your risk of heart attacks will have decreased by half. Five years after quitting you will recover the health of someone who never smoked. It will also improve your ability to smell and enjoy food.