After You Quit Smoking Tobacco
- Nicotine Withdrawal (31)
- The First Week (5)
- Quit Smoking Tips (21)
- Healing the Mind (20)
- Weight Control (36)
- Alcohol (6)
- Stress Management (7)
- Quit Smoking Support (11)
- Insomnia (2)
Quitting Smoking - Your Tips and Hints
The tips and hints of those who have quit smoking will help you put smoking in the past successfully too.
After The Last Cigarette
Within just 20 minutes of your last cigarette, improvements to your health begin.
After You Quit Smoking - The First Two Days
What are the changes our bodies go through when quitting tobacco? The healing process begins within 20 minutes. Carbon monoxide level in the bloodstream returns to normal within 8 hours.
After You Quit Smoking - Two Weeks to Three Months
Quitting tobacco improves our health almost immediately. Physical improvements continue for years after we quit smoking. Between 2 weeks and 3 months, improvements to circulation, stamina, and lung function are evident.
After You Quit Smoking - One to Nine Months
The benefits of quitting tobacco continue to provide physical and psychological improvements to our health. Energy is better, the coughs and headaches are gone, and shortness of breath have decreased between the one and nine month mark of cessation.
One Year Smoke Free
The physical benefits of quitting tobacco are significant. After one year, your risk of coronary heart disease is half of what it was when you smoked.
Long Term Benefits of Quitting Tobacco - 5 to 15 Years
The long term benefits of quitting tobacco are impressive. Many of the risk factors return to a level close to that of people who have never smoked. Don't waste any more time smoking. Quit now and get control of your life once again!
Quit Time - A Free E-mail Course to Help You Quit Smoking
This free e-mail course will give you information about how to manage your first several weeks of smoking cessation. You'll receive a newsletter daily for 5 days in your mailbox, and the tips provided will help you stay smoke free for the first week and beyond. We'll cover nicotine withdrawal, managing the urge to smoke, minimizing weight gain, and more.
Understanding The Icky Threes
The icky threes refer to particular phases of smoking cessation that can be bumpy and uncomfortable as we move through nicotine withdrawal and beyond.
The Seasons of Quitting Tobacco
The first year of smoking cessation is all about reprogramming the habits we've built up around nicotine addiction.
Inspirational Personal Quit Stories
There is nothing better for a person's motivation to quit smoking than to hear from those who have walked the path and won their freedom from nicotine addiction
7 Tips to Help You Stop Smoking
Dr. Randy Gilchrist is Doctor of Psychology with a specialty in Clinical Hypnosis. He shares several tips on how to become a successful ex-smoker here.