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How to deal with smokers as a non-smoker
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How to deal with smokers as a non-smoker
Let people know how you feel.
Believe it or not, your friends and acquaintances have no wish to make you miserable. Most people are very willing to leave the room or rub out their cigarette if it's really making you uncomfortable.
Sit upwind.
If you don't feel comfortable asking people not to smoke, at least ask them to keep the smoke from wafting your direction. Remember to be polite though, especially if you don't know them too well.
Compromise.
Promise you won't complain about the smoke at bars, just as long as no one smokes during mealtimes.
Get plenty of vitamin C and stay well hydrated.
Second hand smoke can lower your immune system. Vitamin C, found in our Restore Dietary supplement can help counteract its effects, and water can soothe your dry throat.
Be clear about your philosophy.
If you're going to ask those around you to go out of their way for your comfort, be very clear about the reasons their smoking bugs you. Gently discuss how smoking negatively impacts those around them.
Take supplements, for example our delicious Fruit and Veggie chews
Research shows that those who smoke generally do not get the recommended
daily doses of fruits and vegetables, and the same can be said for their families
exposed to second hand smoke.

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