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Top 10 Reasons to QUIT smoking.




  1. You will reduce your chances of having a heart attack or stroke.
  2. You will reduce your chances of developing Lung Cancer, Emphysema, and other lung diseases.
  3. You will have better smelling clothes, hair, breath, home, and car.
  4. You will climb stairs and walk without getting out of breath.
  5. You will have fewer wrinkles.
  6. You will be free of your morning cough.
  7. You will reduce the number of coughs, colds, and earaches your child will have.
  8. You will have more energy to pursue physical activities you enjoy.
  9. You will treat yourself to new books or music with the money you save from not buying cigarettes.
  10. You will have control over your life.

Ask Your Doctor about Smoking Cessation Program

Smoking cessation is a program designed by your doctor to help you on your journey to quit smoking. This can be a variety of methods which can include: Medications, counceling, family intervention and or cigarette alternative.

 

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