Modern Lifestyles: Are You 40, Female, And Still Smoking? Here'S How To Stop (ebook)

Modern Lifestyles: Are You 40, Female, And Still Smoking? Here'S How To Stop (ebook)

Serge Uri
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ABOUT THE BOOK Women in their 40s are especially susceptible to cigarette smoking due to specific, age-related circumstances-stress and problems at work, children who have grown up and require less care, boredom from a routine and uneventful life-can all increase the probability that a 40ish woman might start smoking or continue smoking if she had started earlier. Smoking addiction is caused mostly by nicotine intake during inhalation of tobacco smoke. Nicotine is considered to be the only substance in cigarettes that has psychoactive and addictive effects. In fact, although nicotine is not toxic or lethal, medical research states it is, in fact, a drug. Furthermore, the hundreds of toxic chemical compounds in cigarette smoke are also highly dangerous, especially for the lungs, heart and blood vessels. Medical researchers have concluded that if a smoker quits, he or she dramatically reduces the probability of developing cardiovascular disease or cancer, although it may take years before the risks become low enough. This is why quitting as soon as possible is the best way to protect your health and reduce the risks. Smoking cessation is a difficult and challenging process that requires tremendous patience, will and mental effort. Fortunately, there are effective medical and psychological methods to help smooth along the cessation process. MEET THE AUTHOR Serge Uri is an experienced writer and a member of the Hyperink Team, which works hard to bring you high-quality, engaging, fun content. Happy reading! EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Even though abrupt cessation of smoking can work, not all middle-aged women are able to successfully resist the temptation to smoke, especially when withdrawal symptoms such as restlessness, irritation and impaired mental concentration occur. Nicotine replacement therapy involves gradually reducing the nicotine intake over a prolonged period of time to avoid the unpleasant withdrawal effects.

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