people make New Year’s resolutions, whether they plan to shave off a few pounds
or they want to spend more time working on hobbies. But some people are faced
with a bigger challenge if they resolve to quit smoking. And while quitting is
no easy task, it can vastly improve your health and reduce the chance of
million people across the country smoke tobacco products, which is surprising
since tobacco use is the largest preventable cause of disease. However, the desire
to quit the habit has to come from you. But don’t think that means you’re alone
in your endeavor.
have shown that smokers have a much higher chance of successfully quitting when
they have multiple channels of support. The encouragement of friends and family
is one of the strongest forms of support for smokers who wish to kick the
addition, most health insurance policies now cover smoking cessation programs
to provide additional support. You can also seek help from smoking-cessation hotlines,
support groups, online forums and nicotine replacements patches and/or
has also shown that, on top of these various forms of support, another good
method for quitting is to change your personal habits. For instance, find something
else to do when you would normally take a smoke break, like call a friend or
take a short walk.
doctor may also prove to be a valuable resource, as he or she may know of
programs that can help you accomplish your goals. Your doctor can also prescribe
smoking cessation medications, if that’s the route you wish to use.
else have you found helpful in your journey to a healthier lifestyle?
Our goal is to support your good health. Call GetAPolicy.com
at 972-762-7660 for more information on Garland health insurance.