Proverb that says ‘It’s better to prevent than cure’ is very appropriate in terms of run health care. But still many people who do not appreciate the health that have been obtained up to regret later when ill. Currently approximately half of those who died more quickly than life expectancy is due caused by lifestyle factors. Lifestyle adversely affect the health of them are smoking, alcohol consumption, poor diet & lack of exercise either.
Men are also more prone to experience the lifestyle diseases that lifestyle factors such proximity to the activities of everyday men. Factors such as smoking, many still consider it reasonable that if a man smoked, even the habit has been started since childhood. And cigarettes are hazardous to health & have a negative effect on almost all organs of the body. Likewise, other factors such as consumption of alcohol & stress.
Tobacco in cigarettes has a negative effect on almost all body organs. Tobacco worldwide is estimated to cause 6 million deaths every year. Cigarette smoke is also hazardous to passive smokers, ie those who indirectly contribute to suck smoke from active smokers. Short-term effects of smoking is a disturbance in the respiratory tract such as cough, fever, bronchitis & pneumonia. While long-term effects of smoking so much. There are several diseases associated with smoking as a result of cancer of the mouth, throat, lungs, stomach, kidney, bladder & pancreas. About a third of cancer associated with smoking & 90% disease lung cancer is also associated with smoking. Smoking reduces blood circulation & narrowing of blood vessels, reducing blood oxygen levels & increase the risk of heart disease. Smoking also increases the risk of stroke & cataracts. How to quit smoking Here are some ways that can be used to plan to stop smoking, namely: Preparing o Make a list of reasons to quit smoking (eg due to health reasons, save money, etc.) o Make notes about when to begin smoking & provocation o Find information about stop smoking programs either through the website or book o Make a schedule when they will begin to stop smoking (at that time eliminate all the things associated with smoking such as ashtrays, matches, cigarettes, cigarette containers, etc.)
Find support o Consultation to health professionals on how to quit smoking o Join a quit smoking program o Join a support group to stop smoking o Ask for the support also from family & friends about your plans o Make notes about what you felt during the process Strategies to overcome stress or the desire to smoke again o Try to learn yoga, meditation or breathing exercises o Consultations with health professionals o If you need to be considered for use medication to stop smoking or nicotine replacement therapy If you are still smoking it again, do not despair. Focus on your intention to quit smoking. Set back your time to quit smoking again, remember that a lot of new people who successfully quit smoking after trying a few times.