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Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Quitting Smoking: Mission Impossible Or Mission Accomplished?

There is no doubt that many people have made New Year's resolutions and one of those resolutions may be the intention to stop smoking. Aside from the financial aspect, giving up cigarettes is an excellent, positive step in improving the overall health for both the smoker and those breathing the same air.

Whether you are aware of it, or not, inhaling second hand smoke pretty much equates to smoking and, in the long run, can cause the same health issues active smokers will be faced with.

It is probably common knowledge that smoking causes COPD and lung cancer, but there is hardly any awareness concerning the fact that it is also the culprit for speeding up Osteoporosis in women and increasing the risk for Alzheimer, Dementia, and other conditions and diseases.

Most of the times however, the desire and intention to quit smoking may be great, but hardly ever comes to fruition since it is one of the hardest things to do. Without a strong support group, constant help, encouragement, and products to overcome the cravings, this addiction is not easy to beat.

A good option and opportunity would be taking part in a clinical research study where all the help, motivations, and stimulants to successfully accomplish the mission, are readily available. You may actually achieve your goal, instead of seeing it go up in smoke again!


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