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immediate health benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

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  quit smoking - within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline free "how to".  
  carbon monoxide - reduces blood ability to carry oxygen free "how to".  
  quit smoking - heart rate begins to return to normal free "how to".  
  quit smoking - blood pressure begins to return to normal free "how to".  
  Heart rate, blood pressure - abnormally high while smoking free "how to".  
  quit smoking - within a few weeks - improved circulation free "how to".  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce less phlegm free "how to".  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce as much phlegm free "how to".  
  quit smoking - within weeks - less often cough or wheeze free "how to".  
  quit smoking - improvement - lung function free "how to".  
  quit smoking - within several months - significant improvements in lung function free "how to".  
  Nicotine Dependence Test free "how to".


long-term benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of cancer free "how to".  
  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of heart disease and lung disease free "how to".  
  quitting smoking at age 30 - reduces risk of dying from smoking by more than 90 percent free "how to".  
  quitting smoking at age 50 - reduce risk of dying from smoking by 50 percent free "how to".  
  quitting smoking at age 60 or older - live longer than those who continue to smoke free "how to".


quitting smoking lowers the risk of cancer ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking substantially reduces the risk of cancer free "how to".  
  However the risk of lung cancer in former smokers remains higher than in people who never smoked. free "how to".
 

  cancer risk depends on - number of years of smoking free "how to".  
  cancer risk depends on - number of cigarettes per day free "how to".  
  cancer risk depends on - age at which smoking began free "how to".  
  cancer risk depends on - presence or absence of illness at the time of quitting smoking free "how to".
 

  if already cancer, quitting smoking reduces risk of second cancer. free "how to".


someone already diagnosed with cancer should quit smoking ('WYCK )
 

  if having cancer surgery or other cancer treatments, quit smoking free "how to".  
  if cancer, quitting smoking helps to heal free "how to".  
  quitting smoking helps to respond to cancer treatment free "how to".  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of respiratory failure free "how to".  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of pneumonia free "how to".  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of the cancer returning free "how to".  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of a second cancer forming. free "how to".


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zero tolerance for smoking / health ('WYCK)


immediate health benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  quit smoking - decline carbon monoxide in blood health.  
  quit smoking - within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline health.  
  carbon monoxide - reduces blood ability to carry oxygen health.  
  quit smoking - heart rate begins to return to normal health.  
  quit smoking - blood pressure begins to return to normal health.  
  Heart rate, blood pressure - abnormally high while smoking health.  
  quit smoking - within a few weeks - improved circulation health.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce less phlegm health.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce as much phlegm health.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - less often cough or wheeze health.  
  quit smoking - improvement - lung function health.  
  quit smoking - within several months - significant improvements in lung function health.  
  Nicotine Dependence Test health.


long-term benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of cancer health.  
  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of heart disease and lung disease health.  
  quitting smoking at age 30 - reduces risk of dying from smoking by more than 90 percent health.  
  quitting smoking at age 50 - reduce risk of dying from smoking by 50 percent health.  
  quitting smoking at age 60 or older - live longer than those who continue to smoke health.


quitting smoking lowers the risk of cancer ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking substantially reduces the risk of cancer health.  
  However the risk of lung cancer in former smokers remains higher than in people who never smoked. health.
 

  cancer risk depends on - number of years of smoking health.  
  cancer risk depends on - number of cigarettes per day health.  
  cancer risk depends on - age at which smoking began health.  
  cancer risk depends on - presence or absence of illness at the time of quitting smoking health.
 

  if already cancer, quitting smoking reduces risk of second cancer. health.


someone already diagnosed with cancer should quit smoking ('WYCK )
 

  if having cancer surgery or other cancer treatments, quit smoking health.  
  if cancer, quitting smoking helps to heal health.  
  quitting smoking helps to respond to cancer treatment health.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of respiratory failure health.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of pneumonia health.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of the cancer returning health.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of a second cancer forming. health.


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zero tolerance for smoking / science proof ('WYCK)


immediate health benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  quit smoking - decline carbon monoxide in blood science proof.  
  quit smoking - within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline science proof.  
  carbon monoxide - reduces blood ability to carry oxygen science proof.  
  quit smoking - heart rate begins to return to normal science proof.  
  quit smoking - blood pressure begins to return to normal science proof.  
  Heart rate, blood pressure - abnormally high while smoking science proof.  
  quit smoking - within a few weeks - improved circulation science proof.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce less phlegm science proof.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce as much phlegm science proof.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - less often cough or wheeze science proof.  
  quit smoking - improvement - lung function science proof.  
  quit smoking - within several months - significant improvements in lung function science proof.  
  Nicotine Dependence Test science proof.


long-term benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of cancer science proof.  
  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of heart disease and lung disease science proof.  
  quitting smoking at age 30 - reduces risk of dying from smoking by more than 90 percent science proof.  
  quitting smoking at age 50 - reduce risk of dying from smoking by 50 percent science proof.  
  quitting smoking at age 60 or older - live longer than those who continue to smoke science proof.


quitting smoking lowers the risk of cancer ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking substantially reduces the risk of cancer science proof.  
  However the risk of lung cancer in former smokers remains higher than in people who never smoked. science proof.
 

  cancer risk depends on - number of years of smoking science proof.  
  cancer risk depends on - number of cigarettes per day science proof.  
  cancer risk depends on - age at which smoking began science proof.  
  cancer risk depends on - presence or absence of illness at the time of quitting smoking science proof.
 

  if already cancer, quitting smoking reduces risk of second cancer. science proof.


someone already diagnosed with cancer should quit smoking ('WYCK )
 

  if having cancer surgery or other cancer treatments, quit smoking science proof.  
  if cancer, quitting smoking helps to heal science proof.  
  quitting smoking helps to respond to cancer treatment science proof.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of respiratory failure science proof.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of pneumonia science proof.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of the cancer returning science proof.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of a second cancer forming. science proof.


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Risk - health risk analysis: smoking?


Risk comparison... Here are the risks from tobacco: ('WYCK )


death risks caused by smoking ('WYCK )
 

  smoking - causes premature death.  
  Smoking is leading cause of premature preventable death in developed countries.  
  smoking - premature death for ~ 10 % of population.  
  smoking - premature death / cancer for ~ 4 % of population.  
  smoking - premature death / heart disease & strike ~ 4 % of population.  
  smoking - premature death / lung disease ~ 3 % of population.
 

  smokers can reduce their risk of disease by quitting.  
  Regardless of age, smokers can reduce disease risk.


health problems caused by smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Smoking harms nearly every organ of the body.  
  Smoking diminishes overall health.  
  Smoking is a leading cause of cancer.  
  Smoking - leading cause of death from cancer.  
  Smoking causes cancers of the lung.  
  Smoking causes cancers of the esophagus.  
  Smoking causes cancers of the larynx - voice box.  
  Smoking causes cancers of the mouth.  
  Smoking causes cancers of the throat.  
  Smoking causes cancers of the kidney.  
  Smoking causes cancers of the bladder.  
  Smoking causes cancers of the pancreas.  
  Smoking causes cancers of the stomach.  
  Smoking causes cancers of the cervix.  
  Smoking causes acute myeloid leukemia.  
  Smoking causes heart disease, stroke.  
  Smoking causes lung disease, chronic bronchitis, emphysema.  
  Smoking - higher risk of airway infections.  
  Smoking - higher risk of pneumonia.  
  Smokers are at higher risk of developing pneumonia and other airway infections.  
  Smoking causes hip fractures.  
  Smoking causes cataracts..  
  smoking during pregnancy - higher risk of baby too early.  
  smoking during pregnancy - higher risk of low baby weight.  
  smoking during pregnancy - increased risk Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS),.  
  smoking after pregnancy - increased risk SIDS,.


tobacco smoke contains harmful chemicals ('WYCK )
 

  Tobacco smoke contains chemicals that are harmful to smokers.  
  Tobacco contains chemicals harmful to nonsmokers.  
  Breathing even a little tobacco smoke can be harmful.  
  4000 chemicals in tobacco smoke, at least 250 are known to be harmful.  
  at least 250 chemicals in tobacco are known to be harmful.


The toxic chemicals found in smoke, e.g.: ('WYCK )
 

  smoking - toxic : hydrogen cyanide.  
  smoking - toxic : hydrogen cyanide - used in chemical weapons.  
  smoking - toxic : hydrogen cyanide.  
  smoking - toxic : hydrogen cyanide - used in chemical weapons.  
  smoking - toxic : carbon monoxide.  
  smoking - toxic : carbon monoxide - found in car exhaust.  
  smoking - toxic : formaldehyde.  
  smoking - toxic : formaldehyde - used as an embalming fluid.  
  smoking - toxic : ammonia.  
  smoking - toxic : ammonia - used in household cleaners.  
  smoking - toxic : toluene.  
  smoking - toxic : toluene - found in paint thinners.


Of the 250 known harmful chemicals in tobacco smoke, more than 50 have been found to cause cancer, e.g.: ('WYCK )
 

  smoking - cancer risk : arsenic.  
  smoking - cancer risk : arsenic - a heavy metal toxin.  
  smoking - cancer risk : benzene.  
  smoking - cancer risk : benzene - a chemical found in gasoline.  
  smoking - cancer risk : beryllium.  
  smoking - cancer risk : beryllium - a toxic metal.  
  smoking - cancer risk : cadmium.  
  smoking - cancer risk : cadmium - a metal used in batteries.  
  smoking - cancer risk : chromium.  
  smoking - cancer risk : chromium - a metallic element.  
  smoking - cancer risk : ethylene oxide.  
  smoking - cancer risk : ethylene oxide - a chemical used to sterilize medical devices.  
  smoking - cancer risk : nickel.  
  smoking - cancer risk : nickel - a metallic element.  
  smoking - cancer risk : polonium 210.  
  smoking - cancer risk : polonium 210 - a chemical element that gives off radiation.  
  smoking - cancer risk : vinyl chloride.  
  smoking - cancer risk : vinyl chloride - a toxic substance used in plastics manufacture.


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zero tolerance for smoking / recommendation ('WYCK)


immediate health benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  quit smoking - decline carbon monoxide in blood recommendation.  
  quit smoking - within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline recommendation.  
  carbon monoxide - reduces blood ability to carry oxygen recommendation.  
  quit smoking - heart rate begins to return to normal recommendation.  
  quit smoking - blood pressure begins to return to normal recommendation.  
  Heart rate, blood pressure - abnormally high while smoking recommendation.  
  quit smoking - within a few weeks - improved circulation recommendation.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce less phlegm recommendation.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce as much phlegm recommendation.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - less often cough or wheeze recommendation.  
  quit smoking - improvement - lung function recommendation.  
  quit smoking - within several months - significant improvements in lung function recommendation.  
  Nicotine Dependence Test recommendation.


long-term benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of cancer recommendation.  
  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of heart disease and lung disease recommendation.  
  quitting smoking at age 30 - reduces risk of dying from smoking by more than 90 percent recommendation.  
  quitting smoking at age 50 - reduce risk of dying from smoking by 50 percent recommendation.  
  quitting smoking at age 60 or older - live longer than those who continue to smoke recommendation.


quitting smoking lowers the risk of cancer ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking substantially reduces the risk of cancer recommendation.  
  However the risk of lung cancer in former smokers remains higher than in people who never smoked. recommendation.
 

  cancer risk depends on - number of years of smoking recommendation.  
  cancer risk depends on - number of cigarettes per day recommendation.  
  cancer risk depends on - age at which smoking began recommendation.  
  cancer risk depends on - presence or absence of illness at the time of quitting smoking recommendation.
 

  if already cancer, quitting smoking reduces risk of second cancer. recommendation.


someone already diagnosed with cancer should quit smoking ('WYCK )
 

  if having cancer surgery or other cancer treatments, quit smoking recommendation.  
  if cancer, quitting smoking helps to heal recommendation.  
  quitting smoking helps to respond to cancer treatment recommendation.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of respiratory failure recommendation.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of pneumonia recommendation.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of the cancer returning recommendation.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of a second cancer forming. recommendation.


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zero tolerance for smoking / science ('WYCK)


immediate health benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  quit smoking - decline carbon monoxide in blood science.  
  quit smoking - within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline science.  
  carbon monoxide - reduces blood ability to carry oxygen science.  
  quit smoking - heart rate begins to return to normal science.  
  quit smoking - blood pressure begins to return to normal science.  
  Heart rate, blood pressure - abnormally high while smoking science.  
  quit smoking - within a few weeks - improved circulation science.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce less phlegm science.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce as much phlegm science.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - less often cough or wheeze science.  
  quit smoking - improvement - lung function science.  
  quit smoking - within several months - significant improvements in lung function science.  
  Nicotine Dependence Test science.


long-term benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of cancer science.  
  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of heart disease and lung disease science.  
  quitting smoking at age 30 - reduces risk of dying from smoking by more than 90 percent science.  
  quitting smoking at age 50 - reduce risk of dying from smoking by 50 percent science.  
  quitting smoking at age 60 or older - live longer than those who continue to smoke science.


quitting smoking lowers the risk of cancer ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking substantially reduces the risk of cancer science.  
  However the risk of lung cancer in former smokers remains higher than in people who never smoked. science.
 

  cancer risk depends on - number of years of smoking science.  
  cancer risk depends on - number of cigarettes per day science.  
  cancer risk depends on - age at which smoking began science.  
  cancer risk depends on - presence or absence of illness at the time of quitting smoking science.
 

  if already cancer, quitting smoking reduces risk of second cancer. science.


someone already diagnosed with cancer should quit smoking ('WYCK )
 

  if having cancer surgery or other cancer treatments, quit smoking science.  
  if cancer, quitting smoking helps to heal science.  
  quitting smoking helps to respond to cancer treatment science.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of respiratory failure science.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of pneumonia science.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of the cancer returning science.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of a second cancer forming. science.


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zero tolerance for smoking / humor ('WYCK)


immediate health benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  quit smoking - decline carbon monoxide in blood humor.  
  quit smoking - within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline humor.  
  carbon monoxide - reduces blood ability to carry oxygen humor.  
  quit smoking - heart rate begins to return to normal humor.  
  quit smoking - blood pressure begins to return to normal humor.  
  Heart rate, blood pressure - abnormally high while smoking humor.  
  quit smoking - within a few weeks - improved circulation humor.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce less phlegm humor.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce as much phlegm humor.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - less often cough or wheeze humor.  
  quit smoking - improvement - lung function humor.  
  quit smoking - within several months - significant improvements in lung function humor.  
  Nicotine Dependence Test humor.


long-term benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of cancer humor.  
  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of heart disease and lung disease humor.  
  quitting smoking at age 30 - reduces risk of dying from smoking by more than 90 percent humor.  
  quitting smoking at age 50 - reduce risk of dying from smoking by 50 percent humor.  
  quitting smoking at age 60 or older - live longer than those who continue to smoke humor.


quitting smoking lowers the risk of cancer ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking substantially reduces the risk of cancer humor.  
  However the risk of lung cancer in former smokers remains higher than in people who never smoked. humor.
 

  cancer risk depends on - number of years of smoking humor.  
  cancer risk depends on - number of cigarettes per day humor.  
  cancer risk depends on - age at which smoking began humor.  
  cancer risk depends on - presence or absence of illness at the time of quitting smoking humor.
 

  if already cancer, quitting smoking reduces risk of second cancer. humor.


someone already diagnosed with cancer should quit smoking ('WYCK )
 

  if having cancer surgery or other cancer treatments, quit smoking humor.  
  if cancer, quitting smoking helps to heal humor.  
  quitting smoking helps to respond to cancer treatment humor.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of respiratory failure humor.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of pneumonia humor.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of the cancer returning humor.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of a second cancer forming. humor.


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zero tolerance for smoking / health prevention ('WYCK)


immediate health benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  quit smoking - decline carbon monoxide in blood health prevention.  
  quit smoking - within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline health prevention.  
  carbon monoxide - reduces blood ability to carry oxygen health prevention.  
  quit smoking - heart rate begins to return to normal health prevention.  
  quit smoking - blood pressure begins to return to normal health prevention.  
  Heart rate, blood pressure - abnormally high while smoking health prevention.  
  quit smoking - within a few weeks - improved circulation health prevention.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce less phlegm health prevention.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce as much phlegm health prevention.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - less often cough or wheeze health prevention.  
  quit smoking - improvement - lung function health prevention.  
  quit smoking - within several months - significant improvements in lung function health prevention.  
  Nicotine Dependence Test health prevention.


long-term benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of cancer health prevention.  
  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of heart disease and lung disease health prevention.  
  quitting smoking at age 30 - reduces risk of dying from smoking by more than 90 percent health prevention.  
  quitting smoking at age 50 - reduce risk of dying from smoking by 50 percent health prevention.  
  quitting smoking at age 60 or older - live longer than those who continue to smoke health prevention.


quitting smoking lowers the risk of cancer ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking substantially reduces the risk of cancer health prevention.  
  However the risk of lung cancer in former smokers remains higher than in people who never smoked. health prevention.
 

  cancer risk depends on - number of years of smoking health prevention.  
  cancer risk depends on - number of cigarettes per day health prevention.  
  cancer risk depends on - age at which smoking began health prevention.  
  cancer risk depends on - presence or absence of illness at the time of quitting smoking health prevention.
 

  if already cancer, quitting smoking reduces risk of second cancer. health prevention.


someone already diagnosed with cancer should quit smoking ('WYCK )
 

  if having cancer surgery or other cancer treatments, quit smoking health prevention.  
  if cancer, quitting smoking helps to heal health prevention.  
  quitting smoking helps to respond to cancer treatment health prevention.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of respiratory failure health prevention.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of pneumonia health prevention.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of the cancer returning health prevention.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of a second cancer forming. health prevention.


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zero tolerance for smoking / doctor ('WYCK)


immediate health benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  quit smoking - decline carbon monoxide in blood doctor.  
  quit smoking - within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline doctor.  
  carbon monoxide - reduces blood ability to carry oxygen doctor.  
  quit smoking - heart rate begins to return to normal doctor.  
  quit smoking - blood pressure begins to return to normal doctor.  
  Heart rate, blood pressure - abnormally high while smoking doctor.  
  quit smoking - within a few weeks - improved circulation doctor.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce less phlegm doctor.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce as much phlegm doctor.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - less often cough or wheeze doctor.  
  quit smoking - improvement - lung function doctor.  
  quit smoking - within several months - significant improvements in lung function doctor.  
  Nicotine Dependence Test doctor.


long-term benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of cancer doctor.  
  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of heart disease and lung disease doctor.  
  quitting smoking at age 30 - reduces risk of dying from smoking by more than 90 percent doctor.  
  quitting smoking at age 50 - reduce risk of dying from smoking by 50 percent doctor.  
  quitting smoking at age 60 or older - live longer than those who continue to smoke doctor.


quitting smoking lowers the risk of cancer ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking substantially reduces the risk of cancer doctor.  
  However the risk of lung cancer in former smokers remains higher than in people who never smoked. doctor.
 

  cancer risk depends on - number of years of smoking doctor.  
  cancer risk depends on - number of cigarettes per day doctor.  
  cancer risk depends on - age at which smoking began doctor.  
  cancer risk depends on - presence or absence of illness at the time of quitting smoking doctor.
 

  if already cancer, quitting smoking reduces risk of second cancer. doctor.


someone already diagnosed with cancer should quit smoking ('WYCK )
 

  if having cancer surgery or other cancer treatments, quit smoking doctor.  
  if cancer, quitting smoking helps to heal doctor.  
  quitting smoking helps to respond to cancer treatment doctor.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of respiratory failure doctor.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of pneumonia doctor.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of the cancer returning doctor.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of a second cancer forming. doctor.


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zero tolerance for smoking / health precaution ('WYCK)


immediate health benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  quit smoking - decline carbon monoxide in blood health precaution.  
  quit smoking - within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline health precaution.  
  carbon monoxide - reduces blood ability to carry oxygen health precaution.  
  quit smoking - heart rate begins to return to normal health precaution.  
  quit smoking - blood pressure begins to return to normal health precaution.  
  Heart rate, blood pressure - abnormally high while smoking health precaution.  
  quit smoking - within a few weeks - improved circulation health precaution.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce less phlegm health precaution.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce as much phlegm health precaution.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - less often cough or wheeze health precaution.  
  quit smoking - improvement - lung function health precaution.  
  quit smoking - within several months - significant improvements in lung function health precaution.  
  Nicotine Dependence Test health precaution.


long-term benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of cancer health precaution.  
  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of heart disease and lung disease health precaution.  
  quitting smoking at age 30 - reduces risk of dying from smoking by more than 90 percent health precaution.  
  quitting smoking at age 50 - reduce risk of dying from smoking by 50 percent health precaution.  
  quitting smoking at age 60 or older - live longer than those who continue to smoke health precaution.


quitting smoking lowers the risk of cancer ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking substantially reduces the risk of cancer health precaution.  
  However the risk of lung cancer in former smokers remains higher than in people who never smoked. health precaution.
 

  cancer risk depends on - number of years of smoking health precaution.  
  cancer risk depends on - number of cigarettes per day health precaution.  
  cancer risk depends on - age at which smoking began health precaution.  
  cancer risk depends on - presence or absence of illness at the time of quitting smoking health precaution.
 

  if already cancer, quitting smoking reduces risk of second cancer. health precaution.


someone already diagnosed with cancer should quit smoking ('WYCK )
 

  if having cancer surgery or other cancer treatments, quit smoking health precaution.  
  if cancer, quitting smoking helps to heal health precaution.  
  quitting smoking helps to respond to cancer treatment health precaution.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of respiratory failure health precaution.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of pneumonia health precaution.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of the cancer returning health precaution.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of a second cancer forming. health precaution.


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zero tolerance for smoking / joke ('WYCK)


immediate health benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  quit smoking - decline carbon monoxide in blood joke.  
  quit smoking - within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline joke.  
  carbon monoxide - reduces blood ability to carry oxygen joke.  
  quit smoking - heart rate begins to return to normal joke.  
  quit smoking - blood pressure begins to return to normal joke.  
  Heart rate, blood pressure - abnormally high while smoking joke.  
  quit smoking - within a few weeks - improved circulation joke.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce less phlegm joke.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce as much phlegm joke.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - less often cough or wheeze joke.  
  quit smoking - improvement - lung function joke.  
  quit smoking - within several months - significant improvements in lung function joke.  
  Nicotine Dependence Test joke.


long-term benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of cancer joke.  
  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of heart disease and lung disease joke.  
  quitting smoking at age 30 - reduces risk of dying from smoking by more than 90 percent joke.  
  quitting smoking at age 50 - reduce risk of dying from smoking by 50 percent joke.  
  quitting smoking at age 60 or older - live longer than those who continue to smoke joke.


quitting smoking lowers the risk of cancer ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking substantially reduces the risk of cancer joke.  
  However the risk of lung cancer in former smokers remains higher than in people who never smoked. joke.
 

  cancer risk depends on - number of years of smoking joke.  
  cancer risk depends on - number of cigarettes per day joke.  
  cancer risk depends on - age at which smoking began joke.  
  cancer risk depends on - presence or absence of illness at the time of quitting smoking joke.
 

  if already cancer, quitting smoking reduces risk of second cancer. joke.


someone already diagnosed with cancer should quit smoking ('WYCK )
 

  if having cancer surgery or other cancer treatments, quit smoking joke.  
  if cancer, quitting smoking helps to heal joke.  
  quitting smoking helps to respond to cancer treatment joke.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of respiratory failure joke.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of pneumonia joke.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of the cancer returning joke.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of a second cancer forming. joke.


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How to stop smoking? / recommendation ('WYCK)





What are nicotine replacement products? ('WYCK )
 

  Strong and consistent evidence : nicotine replacement products can help quit smoking recommendation  
  It is far less harmful to get nicotine from a nicotine replacement product than from cigarettes recommendation  
  tobacco smoke contains many toxic and cancer-causing substances, nicotine replacement not recommendation  
  Long-term use of nicotine replacement products is not known to be associated with any serious harmful effects. recommendation  
  Nicotine replacement products deliver small, measured doses of nicotine into the body recommendation  
  helps to relieve the cravings and withdrawal symptoms often felt by people trying to quit smoking recommendation  
  nicotine patch recommendation  
  nicotine patch - nicotine doses are gradually lowered recommendation  
  nicotine patch - may not be a good choice for people with skin problems or allergies to adhesive tape. recommendation  
  nicotine patch - if side effect of vivid dreams - wear the patch only during daytime. recommendation  
  Nicotine gum is available over the counter in 2- and 4-mg strengths recommendation  
  Nicotine gum might not be appropriate for people with temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disease recommendation  
  Nicotine gum might not be appropriate for those with dentures or other dental work such as bridges recommendation  
  nicotine lozenge recommendation  
  Nicotine nasal spray - users can inhale when they have an urge to smoke recommendation  
  Nicotine nasal spray - absorption of nicotine is faster than other nicotine replacements recommendation  
  Nicotine nasal spray - not recommended for people with nasal or sinus conditions, allergies, or asthma, recommendation  
  Nicotine nasal spray - not recommended for young tobacco users recommendation  
  Nicotine nasal spray - side effects sneezing, coughing recommendation  
  Nicotine nasal spray - side effects watering eyes recommendation  
  Nicotine nasal spray - Side effects usually go away with continued use of the spray. recommendation  
  nicotine inhaler - vaporized form of nicotine to the mouth recommendation  
  nicotine inhaler - most of the nicotine only travels to the mouth and throat recommendation  
  nicotine inhaler - side effects include throat and mouth irritation recommendation  
  nicotine inhaler - side effects include coughing recommendation  
  nicotine inhaler - if bronchial problem such as asthma - then use with caution. recommendation  
  recommend combining nicotine replacement therapy with advice or counseling from a doctor or other health care provider recommendation  
  smokers should quit using tobacco products before they start using nicotine replacement products recommendation  
  too much nicotine can cause nausea recommendation  
  too much nicotine can cause vomiting recommendation  
  too much nicotine can cause dizziness recommendation  
  too much nicotine can cause diarrhea recommendation  
  too much nicotine can cause weakness recommendation  
  too much nicotine can cause rapid heartbeat. recommendation


products to help people quit smoking that do not contain nicotine ('WYCK )
(This minimal list is no recommendation. The author of this page is personally strictly and without any exception opposed to any medication where disciplined behavior can settle a health problem in a NATURAL way.)  

  quit smoking - Bupropion recommendation  
  quit smoking - Varenicline recommendation  
  quit smoking - Nortriptyline recommendation  
  quit smoking - Clonidine recommendation


What about combining medications? ('WYCK )
 

  combination may be better than either medication alone recommendation  
  combination - medications - requires to consult a doctor before decision recommendation  
  combination - medications - never without professional consult recommendation  
  combination - nicotine patch with nicotine gum recommendation  
  combination - nicotine patch with nicotine nasal spray recommendation  
  nicotine patch provides a base level of nicotine recommendation  
  additional products can deliver extra nicotine when withdrawal symptoms occur recommendation


Alternative methods to help people quit smoking? ('WYCK )
 

  no convincing proof that alternative approaches help people quit smoking recommendation  
  convincing proof that alternative approaches help people quit some money recommendation  
  quit smoking - helped by hypnosis recommendation  
  quit smoking - helped by acupuncture recommendation  
  quit smoking - helped by acupressure# recommendation  
  quit smoking - helped by laser therapy recommendation  
  quit smoking - helped by electrostimulation recommendation  
  However, clinical studies have not shown that these alternative approaches help people quit smoking. recommendation


What if a person smokes again after quitting? ('WYCK )
 

  Many smokers find it difficult to quit recommendation  
  People commonly quit smoking and then find themselves smoking again recommendation  
  smoking again in the first few weeks, months after quitting recommendation  
  People who smoke after quitting should try again to quit recommendation  
  Most people need several attempts before they quit smoking for good recommendation  
  It may take four or more attempts before smokers quit for good recommendation  
  stop smoking for 3 months - excellent chance of remaining cigarette free recommendation  
  Try to remain cigarette free for the rest of your life recommendation


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zero tolerance for smoking / ('WYCK)


immediate health benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  quit smoking - decline carbon monoxide in blood.  
  quit smoking - within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline.  
  carbon monoxide - reduces blood ability to carry oxygen.  
  quit smoking - heart rate begins to return to normal.  
  quit smoking - blood pressure begins to return to normal.  
  Heart rate, blood pressure - abnormally high while smoking.  
  quit smoking - within a few weeks - improved circulation.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce less phlegm.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce as much phlegm.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - less often cough or wheeze.  
  quit smoking - improvement - lung function.  
  quit smoking - within several months - significant improvements in lung function.  
  Nicotine Dependence Test.


long-term benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of cancer.  
  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of heart disease and lung disease.  
  quitting smoking at age 30 - reduces risk of dying from smoking by more than 90 percent.  
  quitting smoking at age 50 - reduce risk of dying from smoking by 50 percent.  
  quitting smoking at age 60 or older - live longer than those who continue to smoke.


quitting smoking lowers the risk of cancer ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking substantially reduces the risk of cancer.  
  However the risk of lung cancer in former smokers remains higher than in people who never smoked..
 

  cancer risk depends on - number of years of smoking.  
  cancer risk depends on - number of cigarettes per day.  
  cancer risk depends on - age at which smoking began.  
  cancer risk depends on - presence or absence of illness at the time of quitting smoking.
 

  if already cancer, quitting smoking reduces risk of second cancer..


someone already diagnosed with cancer should quit smoking ('WYCK )
 

  if having cancer surgery or other cancer treatments, quit smoking.  
  if cancer, quitting smoking helps to heal.  
  quitting smoking helps to respond to cancer treatment.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of respiratory failure.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of pneumonia.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of the cancer returning.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of a second cancer forming..


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zero tolerance for smoking / aphorism ('WYCK)


immediate health benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  quit smoking - decline carbon monoxide in blood aphorism.  
  quit smoking - within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline aphorism.  
  carbon monoxide - reduces blood ability to carry oxygen aphorism.  
  quit smoking - heart rate begins to return to normal aphorism.  
  quit smoking - blood pressure begins to return to normal aphorism.  
  Heart rate, blood pressure - abnormally high while smoking aphorism.  
  quit smoking - within a few weeks - improved circulation aphorism.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce less phlegm aphorism.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - people produce as much phlegm aphorism.  
  quit smoking - within weeks - less often cough or wheeze aphorism.  
  quit smoking - improvement - lung function aphorism.  
  quit smoking - within several months - significant improvements in lung function aphorism.  
  Nicotine Dependence Test aphorism.


long-term benefits of quitting smoking ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of cancer aphorism.  
  Quitting smoking reduces the risk of heart disease and lung disease aphorism.  
  quitting smoking at age 30 - reduces risk of dying from smoking by more than 90 percent aphorism.  
  quitting smoking at age 50 - reduce risk of dying from smoking by 50 percent aphorism.  
  quitting smoking at age 60 or older - live longer than those who continue to smoke aphorism.


quitting smoking lowers the risk of cancer ('WYCK )
 

  Quitting smoking substantially reduces the risk of cancer aphorism.  
  However the risk of lung cancer in former smokers remains higher than in people who never smoked. aphorism.
 

  cancer risk depends on - number of years of smoking aphorism.  
  cancer risk depends on - number of cigarettes per day aphorism.  
  cancer risk depends on - age at which smoking began aphorism.  
  cancer risk depends on - presence or absence of illness at the time of quitting smoking aphorism.
 

  if already cancer, quitting smoking reduces risk of second cancer. aphorism.


someone already diagnosed with cancer should quit smoking ('WYCK )
 

  if having cancer surgery or other cancer treatments, quit smoking aphorism.  
  if cancer, quitting smoking helps to heal aphorism.  
  quitting smoking helps to respond to cancer treatment aphorism.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of respiratory failure aphorism.  
  if cancer treatment, quitting smoking lowers risk of pneumonia aphorism.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of the cancer returning aphorism.  
  quitting smoking may lower the risk of a second cancer forming. aphorism.


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