Quit Smoking

Beneficial Bacteria Returns After Quit Smoking

Beneficial Bacteria Returns After Quit Smoking Cigarette smoking is the single most preventable cause of premature death in the United States, and more than 400,000 Americans die each year from cigarette smoking. One out of every five deaths annually is either directly or indirectly caused by smoking. Secondhand cigarette smoke exposure causes approximately 3,000 lung cancer deaths in adult nonsmokers in the United States each year. Studies...

Secondhand Smoking

Secondhand Smoking Tobacco contains over 19 known cancer-causing chemicals (most are collectively known as "tar") and more than 4,000 other chemicals. These include acetone, ammonia, carbon monoxide, cyanide, methane, propane, and butane. Over 38 million people in the United States have successfully quit smoking. Yet there are still around 50 million Americans who smoke. The majority say they would like to quit....

Quit Smoking Habit Start from Home

Quit Smoking Habit Start from Home No matter how much or how long you’ve smoked, when you quit smoking, your risk of heart disease and stroke starts to drop. In time your risk will be about the same as if you’d never smoked! If you smoke, you have good reason to worry about its effect on your health, your loved ones and others. You could become one of the more than 430,000 smoking related deaths every year. When you quit, you...

Identification of Insula Inside The Brain Cortex Might Help to Give Up Addiction of Smoking, Drugs & Others

Identification of Insula Inside The Brain Cortex Might Help to Give Up Addiction Addiction means a person has no control over whether he or she uses a drug or drinks. A person who's addicted to cocaine has grown so used to the drug that he or she has to have it. Addiction can be physical, psychological, or both. Physical addiction is when a person's body actually becomes dependent on a particular substance (even smoking is physically addictive). It also means that a person...

Hookah / Narghile / Shisha / Goza Smoking Versus Cigarettes Smoking

Hookah / Narghile / Shisha / Goza Smoking Versus Cigarettes Smoking Hookah — also called narghile, shisha and goza — is a water pipe. The device has been used for centuries in the Middle East and Asia to smoke tobacco. Now, hookah bars and cafes are popping up across the United States — fueled by the growing popularity of hookah smoking among teens and young adults. Although many believe that the water in the hookah filters out all the "bad stuff" in the tobacco...