Smoking Cessation Overview

There is no doubt about it; smoking has major negative consequences on your health. Unfortunately, it is also a common habit that is very difficult to quit. Quitting smoking can be very hard for an individual, however when combined with treatment and support, it can be very successful. The positive outcomes of quitting smoking are endless, including the reduced risk of illness, better physical capabilities, reduced risk of heart complications, reduced risk of pregnancy complications and reduced risk of death. The Queen Clinic has all the tools and support to help you embark on the journey towards a smoke-free life, and better living!

What You Can Look Forward To After Kicking The Habit

As mentioned above, quitting smoking can significantly improve your health. Whether you have been smoking for 1 year or 50 years, this statement remains true. However, it is also important to examine the non-medical side effects of smoking, including:

  • Irritability
  • Inability to focus on a task without needing to break for a cigarette.
  • Hunger suppression and irregular appetite
  • Reduced ability to participate in physical activity
  • Increased headaches

As well, by quitting smoking you are setting an example to others in your life, especially the youth, which are exposed to the habit and consequently pick it up.

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