Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Reasons to Quit Smoking

Beating smoking is tough. With Thanksgiving a couple of weeks away and Christmas just around the corner, it's time to start thinking of those New Year resolutions. Smoking cessation is always one of the top three resolutions, and now is the perfect time to start making a plan. A good way to find motivation to quit smoking is to think of reasons to stop. 

Reasons to quit smoking include:
  • Reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer's disease
  • Reduce your risk of autoimmune disease
  • Smoking makes babies cranky
  • Reduce your risk of becoming blind from macular degeneration
  • Stop snoring so much
  • Stop acid reflux problems
  • Reduce your risk of various cancers
  • Feel more clear-minded
  • Enhance your body's ability to fight infections
  • Reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes
  • Smoking causes premature wrinkles
  • Smoking can weaken your bones
  • Sleep better
  • Lengthen your life
  • Save money
  • Prevent hearing loss
  • Enjoy more restaurants...or enjoy restaurants more
  • Improve the health of your heart and lungs
  • Preserve your sense of smell
  • You won't have to tell your boss that you need another smoke break
  • Spend less time at the dentist's
  • You'll get rid of that hacking cough
The most important reason (or excuse) to stop smoking...GAIN CONTROL OF YOUR HEALTH.

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Erin said...

That's a whole lot of sensible reasons. Hope smokers would find enough motivation in here.

drew said...

To effectively carry out the smoking cessation goal, smokers can seek out hypnotherapy.
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