A new study has finally showed some encouraging numbers against passive smoking. The main reason for the decline in second hand smoking is the increasing number of new laws, banning smoking in restaurants, bars and public places, according to researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
It’s about time. There’s nothing more annoying than trying to eat your dinner with someone smoking next to you. Some people (including myself) can’t stand the smell anywhere and anytime, particularly when you are having a meal.
The new laws are tough on smokers, but it feels like heaven for non-smokers. You can finally go to a bar or nightclub and come home without smelling like an ashtray. Then, I’m thinking: should I really write about quitting smoking knowing most of our readers probably do not smoke? Well, why not? We sure know someone may be trying to quit, let’s do our “health homework”, sending blogs and news to our family and friends. We need to encourage them!
But how hard is to quit smoking?
It’s definitely not easy. However, it’s certainly not impossible, as many people have succeeded quitting smoking without any help. Some products may help you quit smoking but the most important move needs to come from you.
First, you have to make the decision yourself. It normally helps when you realize how bad smoking is for your system and for the ones around you. Second, you may add a product or even a healthy habit to replace your cigarette needs. Keep your mind busy, start a new activity, join a club, a team, or perhaps a sport you like and haven’t played in years.
Cigarette prices have reached all time record these days, so quitting smoking will also help with your monthly budget.
Quitting smoking is not easy but you can do it. Put your mind to it and enjoy a much healthier life.
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