Stop Smoking

How to Quit Smoking Naturally

…itself. The U.S. patent states that Sulfonil is "the preferred agent for performing this function." It’s designed to be used from the day you stop smoking to reduce nicotine cravings. Take two capsules upon awakening, one every four to six hours during the day, and two more at bedtime. You'll only…

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The Secret to Successful New Year's Resolutions

…the journal Psychological Science concluded that negative words like “not” and “stop” throw off your brain. So if you resolve to “stop smoking,” your brain simply registers “smoking.” Or if you decide to “not eat sweets,” you may crave them even more. If you’re one of the millions…

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A New Vaccine Is Not the Way to Help People Stop Smoking

…. The theory is that by reducing nicotine and thus the addictive pleasure of cigarettes, this vaccine will help people stop smoking. I’m all for smoking cessation. Tobacco smoke contains tar, benzene, acetone, and thousands of other chemicals, including 50 known carcinogens. Of course it’s important…

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The Key to Instant Discipline and Weight Loss

…over the years. Mike, an avid hunter, pledged to stop eating desserts for three weeks and, if he failed, he agreed to give $1,000 to PETA, an anti-hunting organization. Charlie, a staunch Republican, vowed to stop smoking for three weeks. If he smoked, he promised to give $100 to the Democratic National…

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6 Secret Weapons for Successful New Year's Resolutions

If you've ever tried to quit smoking, swear off sugar, or kick caffeine, you know the symptoms of withdrawal: headaches, irritability, fatigue, depression, anxiety, and insomnia. These symptoms can be enough to derail even the most committed among us. Fortunately, withdrawal symptoms can be eased considerably…

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Preventing Asthma Attacks Naturally

…some, it’s exercise, weather changes, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), dehydration, or even laughter; for others, it’s irritants such as smoke, strong odors, or air pollution. Flare-ups can also be caused by an allergic response, most commonly to airborne pollen, pet dander, dust mites, etc…

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