The Number Of Smokers Suffering Strokes Is Increasing: What Can You Do?
A number of leading medical experts have raised concerns recently over an increase in patients suffering from strokes. The worrying factor is that a high number of cases happen among smokers. Considering that, now is the best time to get off the cigarettes. While it might be difficult to quit the habit after more than a decade of putting those little cancer sticks in your mouth, there is a lot of help available. We’ll try to give you some good advice in this post. If you want to know more, take a look at the infographic.
Get quitting aids
There are a number of different quitting aids on the market today that could make the process of stopping smoking a little more bearable. A lot of people find that patches and hypnosis tapes make a big difference. Perhaps you should buy some and try them on for size?
Attending support groups
Depending on where you live in the country, there should be a number of smoking support groups you can attend. There is no fee for entry to these groups, and your doctor is the best person to make recommendations.
Join a gym
The hardest part of stopping smoking is filling your time with something else. If you sit around thinking about tobacco all day, stopping will be a long and painful process. Joining a gym will not only help to improve fitness, but it will also keep you occupied.
We hope you take heed and read the warning signs folks. Those cigarettes are putting you in an early grave.
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