How to Quit Smoking the Easy Way
Are you having a hard time quitting smoking? Don't fret, thanks to modern science and technology, there's now an easy solution!
Smoking Burns a Hole in Your Wallet
I hate smoking and smokers. You just burn money and your lungs. But it's true that quitting smoking is not an easy task like other habits. Many people want to quit smoking, but failed to do so. In fact, some records show that failure rate is higher than the success rate.
Why many fail to quit smoking? Is it because of weak determination to quit? Well, you can make up hundreds of reasons, but this is mainly because nicotine addiction is just too strong and difficult to break.
But now, modern medical science brought this problem to an end. In only three months, you'll have a new and happy lifestyle without smoke around you.
Double Your Chances of Quitting Smoking
Lately, world-renowned doctors have discovered a formula or a signal in a certain part of our brain that can act to stop you from smoking. So doctors invented a miracle medicine called Varenicline, which is FDA-approved. We believe that this varenicline will help get rid of unwelcome smokers around the world.
Varenicline has a trade name Chantix in USA, and Champix in Canada and other countries, marketed by Pfizer. We are not and do not belong to any pharmaceutical companies. We just want to help people who are eager to quit smoking.
How Varenicline Works
Firstly, you have to know how receptors for nicotine in your brain work. Whenever you smoke, the nicotine goes to these receptors. This sends a message to another part of your brain to release a neurotransmitter called dopamine. Dopamine is responsible in giving you the feeling of pleasure. But this does not last long, so your body craves more nicotine and this becomes a vicious cycle.
The varenicline works by attaching itself to the nicotine receptors in the brain, and prevents nicotine from reaching them, which will also cause less dopamine to be produced. It also mimics the effect of nicotine by partly stimulating the nicotine receptors to reduce your cravings.
The usual course of treatment with varenicline is three months, and more than 80% of cases successfully stopped smoking.
Patients who used the medicine say that you do not need to sacrifice yourself and go through any self-denial or endurance.
You can just imagine that the varenicline takes the place of nicotine that makes you not to have the urge to smoke again.
You may be worried about the possible side effects of varenicline. The side effects are very minimal according to reports.
Eventually, some may want to smoke again after three months or so, or after a year. Of course, you must have a strong determination to quit smoking completely.
10 Interesting Facts You May Not Know About Smoking
- Every ten seconds, somewhere in the world, someone dies of tobacco-related causes.
- Tobacco products are the only legal consumer products that are FATAL when used exactly as the manufacturer intends.
- Cigarettes contain about 69 known carcinogens, and the cigarette smoke contains at least 4,000 chemicals including cyanide, ammonia, formaldehyde, and arsenic.
- On average, cigarette butts will take about 25 years to decompose. It is the major source of litter in the USA.
- Each cigarette that you smoke can shorten your life by 11 minutes.
- The English term 'smoking' was not coined until the late 18th century. Before then, this practice is commonly referred to as 'drinking smoke'.
- Nicotine is named after French ambassador, Jean Nicot, who, in 1559, was the first person to bring tobacco plants to Portugal. He told his friends that the tobacco leaves was useful for its medicinal effects.
- Tobacco was used as early as 2,000 years ago by the South American people. Cigarettes were invented by Brazilians as they rolled tobacco leaves in paper.
- The first Europeans to start using tobacco leaves were the sailors.
- The world's heaviest-smoking country is Greece, with over 3000 number of cigarettes per adult per year.
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