There's no way around it. Smoking is bad for your health. Smoking harms nearly every organ of the body. Cigarette smoking causes 87 percent of lung cancer deaths. It is also responsible for many other cancers and health problems. These include lung disease, heart and blood vessel disease, stroke and cataracts.

Remember, every year more than a million people quit smoking. Even if you've tried quitting before, it's important to keep at it. Most people who try to stop smoking eventually succeed!

If you slip and smoke a cigarette, go easy on yourself. Learn from the experience and recommit yourself to quitting. Get support from others by joining a support group, or talking to friends and family.

Nicotine replacement can help reduce many of the physical symptoms of withdrawal. But for many smokers, breaking the mental dependence is the hardest part.

Here are some ways to cope when you get the urge to smoke:


  • Keep oral substitutes handy. Try carrots, pickles, sunflower seeds, apples, celery, raisins, or sugarless gum instead of a cigarette.
  • Take 10 deep breaths and hold the last one while lighting a match. Exhale slowly and blow out the match. Pretend it's a cigarette and crush it out in an ashtray.
  • Take a shower or bath if possible to reduce stress.
  • Learn to relax quickly and deeply. Visualize a soothing, pleasing situation and get away from it all for a moment. Concentrate on that peaceful image and nothing else.
  • Light incense or a candle instead of a cigarette.
  • Go swimming, jogging, bike riding. Take the dog for a walk.
  • Do things that require you to use your hands. Try crossword puzzles, needlework, gardening, or household chores. Wash your hands, do the dishes, or try new recipes.
  • Brush your teeth and use a mouthwash
  • Be committed. Never allow yourself to think that "one won't hurt"—it will.

Metabolic conditioning is the first step!

For people who are trying and constantly failing to correct diabetes and/or cholesterol levels, quit smoking, lose weight, control hypertension, stop alcohol and drug abuse or just simply get healthy, it’s because the body is not metabolically conditioned to start processing a change, and this is the first step!

It only takes 21 days

It only takes 21 days to change an unhealthy habit, so for the millions of people who’ve decided to quit smoking, LiveAde can help. Metabolic conditioning will have a profound influence on your body’s response to changing an unhealthy habit.   And the good news is it only takes 21 days of consistency to change an unhealthy habit. 



Dry mouth; sore throat, gums, or tongue

Sip ice-cold water or chew gum.


Take a warm bath or shower. Try relaxation or meditation techniques.

Trouble sleeping

Don't drink coffee, tea, or soda with caffeine after 6 p.m. Try relaxation or meditation techniques.


Add roughage to your diet, such as raw fruit, vegetables, and whole-grain cereals. Drink six to eight glasses of water a day.


Make sure to schedule time for extra rest. Go easy on yourself during this time. Your body is working hard to heal, especially in the first few weeks.


Drink water or low-calorie liquids. Eat low-fat, low-calorie snacks.


Take a walk, soak in a hot bath, try relaxation or meditation techniques.


Sip warm herbal tea. Suck on sugarless cough drops or hard candy.

Use LiveAde’s Fisrt Step Smoothie for rapid regeneration

With our smoothie, you’ll receive the added benefits of a slow, gentle master cleanse and detox and it can also be used as a meal replacement for those who are trying to lose weight.

Health benefits of physical activity

  • Helps you replace fat with lean muscle (helps you look trimmer)
  • Increases bone strength
  • Increases resistance to stress and illness
  • Decrease blood pressure
  • Reduces risk of heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, hypertension, and some cancers
  • Increases the level of good cholesterol and decreases total cholesterol level
  • Increases heart and lung strength
  • Decreases appetite
  • Burns calories
  • Promotes fat burning
  • Motivates healthy eating
  • Reduces stress and boredom
Find additional support and the latest research and developments on depression by visiting the following organizations that meet the HONcode standards for trustworthy health information:

Nicotine Anonymous

American Lung Association

1-800-LUNG-USA or

Center for Disease Control

National Institute of Health

This information is not intended to replace the advice of a doctor. Since specific guidelines may vary, consult with your physician to find out which guidelines are recommended for you


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