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February 27, 2011 @ 4:17 pm

The first thing smokers should do when deciding to quit


Sally Borrello, a specialist in smoking cessation, is an RN, MSN, and certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist joins the show.. She is also an instructor at Everest Institute in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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Sally Borrello discusses & answers the following:

  • What’s the best way to quit smoking?
  • What’s the first thing smokers should do when deciding to quit?
  • When smokers are trying to quit & feel to urge to smoke, what kind of activities can they do to stop the cravings?
  • What do you tell smokers who have tried to quit several times before without success?
  • Will the new graphic labels on cigarette packs help?

CONCLUSION: It’s very difficult to quit smoking. The withdrawal symptoms, both physiological and psychological, such as headaches and irritability, are common and can negatively impact both quitters and their families. However, the most important part of quitting is perseverance.  It’s critical to set a quit day as soon as possible and never quit quitting. Relapses can happen, just pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and get back to quitting.

Web Site:
Toll Free: 1800 - QuitNow

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