Hygiene EducationHealth Education
Whethr yeou smoke or not, smoking is hazardous to your health. Statistics from World Health Organization indicates that there are 10 % premature deaths and in some extent it is associated with smoking, passive smoking is also included; 90% death of lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease has something to do with smoking as well.
Haze does not only come from air pollution in the environment, but also from cigarette smoking. Secondhand smoking is the main source of indoor haze and only early smoking cessation will protect young children from threats of indoor haze.
Replace nicotine patch every 24 hours; place it from neck down to waist or around glabrous areas like arms, breast, and abdomen.
Nicotine tablets are most effective when you take it 10-30 minutes before your craving for a cigarette; or you may take 1 tablet every 1.5 -2 hours because its effectiveness lasts 1-2 hours.
Muscle spasm is also known as muscle cramp, which refers to a sudden and involuntary tetanic contraction of muscles that usually causes muscle stiffness and unbearable pain.
Orthostatic hypotension refers to the significant drop in blood pressure (defined as the drop in systolic pressure greater than 20 or the drop in diastolic pressure greater than 10mmHg).
Withdrawal symptoms refer to the physiological or psychological changes that occur after discontinuation of addictive substances.
Most failures occur within a week or two when the withdrawal symptoms are most pronounced. As long as we adjust our daily habits and try our best to avoid arousing addiction to tobacco, there is still hope of success.
Smoke half less per cigarette. Delay smoking your first cigarette per day by at least 1 hour.