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Smoking Cessation and Fatigue

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No you haven’t suddenly become immune to the effects of caffeine, you’re just quitting smoking. Feeling tired and rundown is a normal symptom when you stop smoking. Read on to find out why you feel so tired and how you catch up on your zzz’s! Read more

Smoking Cessation and Oral Health

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Your oral health and smoking cessation go hand in hand. A healthy smile is a happy one, but smokers are more likely to develop swollen gums, gum disease, tooth loss and oral cancer. Read on to learn how smoking affects your oral health how you can fix it. Read more

Smoking Cessation and Weight Gain

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Weight gain is a common result of smoking cessation. The good news is that it’s not inevitable. There are several things you can do to reduce it or prevent it entirely. Read on to learn why it happens and how you can avoid it. Read more

How to Create a Plan to Quit Smoking

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Smoking is more than just a bad habit. It’s an addiction cycle with physical, psychological, and behavioral implications that requires a serious plan to break. Quitting is a major life change, so before you embark on your journey to a smoke-free life, it’s important to understand what to expect, and to create a strategy to overcome obstacles alo... Read more

Life After You Quit Smoking

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It’s never too late to change. We’re sure you’ve heard the mantra before, but when it comes to improving your health, it’s truer than ever. Read on to learn exactly what happens to your body after you quit smoking, and how quickly your health, and quality of life, can improve. Read more

What happens after your last cigarette?

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You already know smoking is bad for you. But did you realize how effective your body is at repairing itself after you quit? Here's what happens to your body after you put out that last cigarette:   20 minutes after quitting Blood pressure and pulse return to normal levels.  8 hours after quitting Blood oxygen level has increased to normal an... Read more