Congratulations! Brushing your teeth, Chewing Gum and for some men (if working outdoors) chewing on a toothpick. Also I buy these fruit gels (are in the candy section of your grocery store) which is made out of pure juice and is refreshing for the mouth. When you get the urge for a cigarette immediately drink a glass of icy water (even put ice in it if you desire or a twist of lemon or lime. The water helps to flush out the nicotine in your system faster and keeps the kidneys clear. Keep up the good work!
You have cravings after you quit smoking because the niccotine in cigarettes is addicting.
Cravings, irritability, anxiety.
Go to your family doctor. He/she can give you a prescription for some medication to help reduce the smoking. They also now make a type of chewing gum that will help it. You can usually find it at any drugstore or 24-hour mart.
Smoking increases your risk for a stroke no matter what medication you're on or even if you're not on any at all.
One of the medications created to help people stop smoking is called NiQuitin. Their products consist of gum, lozenges and patches. Each of the products contains nicotine which helps reduce the cravings for a cigarette.
One could consult one's doctor, or buy nicotine patches. A doctor could prescribe medication against cravings, but these medications have side-effects.
Some good ways to quit smoking are using nicotine patches. They also make chewing gums like NicoDerm CQ. You can talk to your doctor to see if medication would work best for you such as Chantix.
One can use Nicorette gum, or patches. Your doctor may also be able to prescribe you with a medication to stop your cravings. And you can also check in to electronic cigarettes.
Chewing tobacco is about the same. Like smoking, tobacco is bad. So, no. It's not a really good alternative to smoking. If you want to harm yourself, go right ahead.
No it is not
Chewing tobacco is harmful and addictive
nicotin patches a non smoking cigarrette and nicotine chewing gum. the one that has given the best results has been the chewing gum.
No. There are no hair follicles on the tongue, so it is impossible for excessive gum chewing while smoking to cause a "hairy tounge".
i think that would be a matter of opinion... do you like smoking more than you like chewing? as far as health goes more people die from smoking tobacco but there are plenty of nasty side effects you can get from chewing tobacco ... like cancer of the mouth or gums
Chewing tobacco has carcinogenic's that can cause cancers to form in the mouth and throat whereas smoking affects your lungs and mouth. Both bad. Smoking will affect others around you though.
no it is worse for u. u can die from it more than smoking
sometimes you get it from smoking or chewing tobbacco
This is when you use tobacco. Either by smoking or chewing.
chewing tobacco and smoking
YES! Even though it is Smoking less it is JUST AS BAD as smoking tobacco.
Smoking and chewing tobacco each have severe health risks. While smoking is a major risk factor for glaucoma, emphysema, throat cancer, and lung cancer, "chewing tobacco" is connected to a greatly increased risk of oral cancer. Both contain nicotine, which has its own documented health effects.