Our bodies are constantly trying to communicate with us. And we should listen. Because that nagging cough, shortness of breath, and mild headache are indicators that it’s time to make a change. After you stop smoking cigarettes — even for as little as 24 hours — the body starts to heal itself. You’ll [...]
The human body is incredibly resilient and will actively work to heal itself, so a lot can happen during that first 24 hours without a cigarette.
Instead of focusing all of your efforts on the New Year, take the Monday approach and recommit to your quit every week.
We’ve compiled a collection of our most popular articles from 2019 all focused on how eliminating cigarettes from your daily routine can positively influence your physical and emotional wellbeing.
When faced with the decision to smoke or not to smoke, there are proven methods and techniques that can help you tip the scale in the right direction. You can stay quit with the help of our most popular articles all about using practical strategies and tools to keep or recommit to your quit.
Ditching the vape isn’t easy, but it is possible if the right cessation strategy is put into place. By using Monday as your day to recommit to your quit, you’ll greatly increase your chances of kicking the habit.
What’s in your vape? It’s hard to know for sure, but what we do know is that most e-cigarette liquids use a standard combination of ingredients, including nicotine, glycerin, and artificial flavorings, all of which are harmful to your lungs and your health.
Vaping has captured the hearts and lungs of high schoolers, pack-a-day smokers, and everyone in-between, but let's clear the air - vaping carries some potentially serious health risks.
Remember the first time you tried riding a bike? Or dancing salsa? Or recreating that unbelievably fluffy soufflé you had during your honeymoon in Paris? Or meeting your in-laws… Nothing is ever easy to execute on the first try. But that’s okay, because much of life’s most gratifying accomplishments take more than one attempt before getting them right. Quitting smoking is no different.
Not only does smoking cigarettes waste your money, it also wastes your time. Let’s see how much time.