Smoking causes less oxygen to reach your brain and other vital organs. Because of this decrease in oxygen you may feel confused and lethargic, have difficulty thinking. Also, smoking makes your blood clot more easily which can increase your risk of heart attack or stroke.
There are many things available to you to help you quit smoking but you should always speak with your doctor for their advice on this matter. Available to help you quit are:
These things, along with the desire to be free of the hold that cigarettes have over you, can help make this transition to a better life easier….
Some of the rewards to quitting smoking are:
Living a longer and better life, decreasing your chances of heart attack, stroke and cancer, extra money and letting the people that live with you lead a healthier life.