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Did StopTober work for you?
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Did StopTober work for you?
As we enter November many people will now be contemplating whether to continue their abstinence from tobacco cigarettes and how to do this. You have a far greater chance of abstaining from tobacco cigarettes in the long-term if you have managed to last the full duration of the StopTober campaign. Statistics show that the four-week period over which the StopTober campaign falls offers many challenges but also many benefits going forward.

Sense of smell and taste

It is widely known that tobacco cigarettes impact the sense of smell and sense of taste amongst smokers. Switching away from tobacco cigarettes will almost immediately bring about an improvement in your sense of smell and your sense of taste which will only get better as your abstinence from tobacco cigarettes continues. You would be surprised at the number of people who have commented upon how much more there are able to enjoy their food because their sense of smell and their sense of taste has returned.

Healthier younger looking skin

While perhaps one of the less well-known side-effects of tobacco cigarettes they do have a significant impact upon your skin. There is a growing opinion that tobacco smoking can increase the ageing process of your skin due to reduced nutrients and oxygen. Almost immediately after you stop smoking you will see an improvement in the look of your skin.

Whiter teeth and fresher breath

It is common knowledge that tobacco cigarettes stain your teeth and they can make your breath less than fresh. As a consequence, those switching away from tobacco cigarettes will see an improvement in their teeth and almost immediately their breath will smell much fresher. While these are "cosmetic" issues they are very important to many people who have previously been addicted to tobacco cigarettes.

Lung capacity

Again, perhaps not one of the more common discussions about tobacco cigarettes, they do have a significant impact upon your lung capacity. While it obviously depends how many and how often you smoke, the impact on your lung capacity can be significant and cause major problems in your later years. Lung capacity already reduces gradually with age therefore as you get older a further reduction in this capacity due to tobacco cigarettes can impact your quality of life.

Improved circulation

A number of health surveys have confirmed that from 2 to 12 weeks you will begin to see a significant improvement in your energy levels. This is in the main due to improved circulation which ensures that more oxygen is transported to areas of the body. There is also research to show that a reduced intake of tobacco cigarettes can boost your immune system and help to fight off everyday issues such as colds and flu.

These are just a number of the issues associated with tobacco smoking and that's before we even look at the lingering smell on your clothes and in your hair which can be difficult to remove. The common misconception that tobacco cigarettes are a "stress reliever" has also been questioned by many people who suggest that they actually increase stress and make a difficult situation sometimes worse. So, if you have managed to stay off tobacco cigarettes for the last four weeks your chances of quitting forever have increased fivefold - good luck!

For more information on OK Electronic Cigarettes and the various products available please visit the OKCigs website.
04-11-2014 03:42 PM
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