Tips To Quit Smoking Naturally And Gradually

Smoke a little? Smoke a lot? Somewhere in between? There are many types of smokers out there; persons who smoke only when they are drinking (and I don’t mean water) also known as the social smoker, secret smokers (don’t worry, I won’t tell anyone who you are,) the occasional smoker, the smoker who can’t finish reading this page without lighting up, you get the idea. So which category do you fall in? Keep reading and you will find a quit tip that suits your smoking habit.

Why do people smoke?

Let’s Get Personal – Why Do You Smoke?

The technical response to why people smoke tobacco is because the tobacco plant has a chemical called nicotine. Nicotine is highly addictive and travels quickly to your brain when it is inhaled which creates a feeling of temporary relaxation and stress relief. Nicotine is also know for heightens your mood and increases your heart rate. Continue reading “Tips To Quit Smoking Naturally And Gradually”

How To Quit Smoking Naturally During Pregnancy

“My New Year’s resolution is to quit smoking.” We hear that every year and it is an admirable goal. However, quitting smoking is one thing, quitting smoking after finding out that you are pregnant is a different story. A smoker trying to quit may experience different side effects as they use the different methods available to quit smoking available. As an expecting mother, you now have double (triple or even more depending on how many babies you are pregnant with) concerns. Which products are safe? Which have less side effects? Are there any natural alternatives to quitting smoking? These are some concerns that I want to share with you along with practical tips you can follow to help you to quit smoking as healthily as possible.

Quit smoking when pregnant

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About Max

Hi. I’m Max! Welcome to my blog!!

I am passionate about helping people who are struggling to break or at least reduce their unhealthy habits. I know, this is easier said than done. And to make things more difficult, everyone is different. What may work for one person may not work for someone else. We also experience things differently or are going through different phases in our lives. So you may be asking yourself: How can I help everyone who is trying to quit something that is not benefiting them? Before I get into all of that, let me share a little of my history with you.

GROWING UP

I am the middle daughter (yes I said daughter. Don’t let the name “Max” fool you) of three girls raised by a single mother. We moved around…a lot. Sometimes we would move from one house to another and then back to that initial house. It was crazy but it was also my life. To this day I hate packing and unpacking, even if it is to travel on vacation. Anyway, to get to the point of my blog, a period of my childhood was spent in an area that was not the best, meaning a house surrounded by drug dealers, prostitutes, people in and out of jail, home invasions, arson, I better stop there as I’m running out of space. Continue reading “About Max”