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Tobacco/Smoking, a big problem

Tobacco use is the one of the most common preventable cause of death in India. According to many studies it has been proved now that almost  half of the people who don’t quit tobacco/smoking will die of smoking-related diseases. Therefore, quitting tobacco/smoking is very important to  health.

It has observed that as soon as a person leave smoking his blood circulation, flow and upto some extent his blood pressure begins to improve. Along with blood parameters other parameters like  sense of smell, taste, tanning returns to normal level. In short-term it affects many system of body and can lead to weight gain, irritability, and anxiety, hypertension, high cholesterol, sexual disorders like ED and many more.

For most of the patients quitting tobacco/smoking  is not easy.  Most of the people try several times to quit this bad habit, some may succeed and some may fail. There are many ways to quit smoking. Many use cold turkey. Others benefit from step-by-step manuals, counseling, or medicines or products that help reduce nicotine addiction.

In the long term, giving up tobacco can help you live longer. Your risk of getting cancer decreases with each year you stay smoke-free.



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