Writing exercise down in your planner or calendar makes it harder to avoid, but it doesn't necessarily cause you to look forward to working out. So it's also important to make exercising fun then one that you enjoy. If you want to dance, come up with a dance program to do a few times a week. As much as possible, serve well-balanced meals at home, i… Read More


If yes, Quit Smoking Community are providing scholarships every semester to graduate or undergraduate students who are enrolled full-time at a U.S. institution. Over time, researchers have found a number of techniques linked with better success in quitting smoking However, stopping still remains an individual process - not all techniques work for e… Read More


Get a print out subscription to Reader's Break down and instantly enjoy free digital access on any device. Find an oral alternative - Keep other things around to play your mouth when cravings struck. Good alternatives include mints, carrot or celery sticks, gum, and sunflower seeds. Or suck on a drinking straw. Try new activities to replace smoking… Read More


Seventy percent of smokers would like to quit, based on the Country wide Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) , but cravings and symptoms of withdrawal can make this difficult. If this sounds like you, you shouldn't be deterred - you can still undertake it. Here's some information about how to quit smoking and make your oral health at the same time. Refl… Read More


You may have tried to give up smoking before rather than been able it, but don't let that put you off. Look back again at the things your experience has trained you and think about how exactly you're really going to do it this time around. Instead of smoking cigarettes, try sunflower seeds, sugar-free lollipops, or gum, or carrot or celery sticks i… Read More