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Twenty-two million American women smoke, and a majority of them want to quit. Though quitting is difficult, support from family and friends makes a big difference. In fact, support can make a smoker 50 percent more likely to quit successfully. Do you want to help someone quit smoking?

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Exercise and Nicotine Cravings

The journey towards being a non-smoker is fraught with great challenges. If you have tried quitting this unhealthy habit, hurdles such as overwhelming nicotine cravings and withdrawal symptoms have most likely forced you to give in to your smoking desires time and again; putting you right back where you started.

But, your next attempt to quit smoking might just work! Apparently, some physical exercises have a way of getting your nicotine cravings lower so that you can finally succeed in overcoming the urge to light up. Our personal trainer friends over at Woodlands Strength & Conditioning have provided us with some helpful information on the positive effects of exercise on nicotine cravings.

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Five Smart Moves To Quit Smoking

In case you are a smoker, quitting is a critical step for ensuring that you protect your health as well as that of your loved ones.

Smoking threatens your life with increased risk of lung disease, cancer, heart attack, and early death. It also causes immediate damage to your body. Many people have probably appealed to you to quit smoking already but everyone knows that quitting can be difficult.

The best way to quit smoking is to come up with a plan and follow through with it. You can also find various free programs to help you or a loved one to quit. Look out for such programs in your local health centers, hospitals, various religious organizations or even online. If you do not succeed at first then try again.

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