Is the Leading cause of cancer ~~
Increase your risk of Heart attacks
Increase Risk for Stokes
Increases your risk for Lung Disease
Increases your Risk of Bone Fractures
Increases your Risk for cataracts
Ideas To Help You Quit
- Make a list. Write down all motivating reasons that brought you to the decision to quit. Post it somewhere as a constant reminder.
- Set a date. Having a goal – this could be weeks or months into the future — will allow you to stay focused and committed.
- Change it up. Switch to a brand of cigarettes that you don’t like.
- Just stop. Don’t stop smoking cold turkey, but maybe set guidelines for yourself. Agree to stop smoking during certain hours of the day and gradually increase this time period. Soon enough, there won’t be any time left for a smoke.
- Make another list. This time, write down things that make you happy, joyful, and calm. When the temptation comes — choose these activities instead of smoking.
- Crafty you. Learn a new craft or skill…something that requires the use of your hands (i.e. knitting, drawing/sketching, cooking, crocheting, sewing, gardening…). I highly recommend learning new skills by taking a few online classes with Craftsy!
- Save your money. In a tucked away corner of your living space, place a jar. Fill it with the money you save from buying less cigarettes. You’ll be amazed!
The use of doTERRA ESSENTIAL OILS is a safe and natural way to help alleviate irritability, anxiety, stress, fatigue and nervousness – which are most often symptoms associated with nicotine withdrawal.
Oils such as…
Quit Smoking Mixture
Mix 1 ounce of fractionated coconut, olive, or jojoba oil with 12 drops of any combination of ylang ylang, wild orange, chamomile, marjoram, and/or grapefruit pure essential oils. Store in a small glass dropper or roller top bottle. Apply oil to skin under nose or to a cotton ball and inhale with several deep breaths when the urge to smoke arises.
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Read this article by Dr. Steuer to learn how choosing a healthy lifestyle can help your prevent rather than repair illness: http://doterrablog.com/
“Prevention is, by nature, much more powerful and thus medically sound. As our lives change and choices become habits, our future is altered … It is the culmination of daily choices that will create the sum total of our healthcare outcomes; do we chose to repair or prevent?"