The Effective Methods to Help You Quit Smoking This New Year

Quit Stop NowWants to start a new life for your family this upcoming New Year? Or perhaps you want to start a new healthy habit for yourself? Smoking, without a doubt, is one of the most difficult habits to kick. In fact, around 46 million people smoke and many of them tried to quit smoking more than two times.

If you want to know how to successfully quit smoking, industry professional has a few methods to share that can help you relax and kick the habit gradually. 

  • Acupuncture

According to some experts, one of the most efficient (non-drug related) ways to stop smoking is through acupuncture therapy. This therapy will not only treat smoking addiction but also other addictions as well.

  • Meditation

Meditation allows your mind to be in a calm and collective state. A number of researchers have found that people who spend some time doing meditation had lower anxiety level, better moods, less withdrawal symptoms and less cravings compared to people who don’t meditate.

  • Regular Physically Activity 

Moving your body or get involved in any physical activities can double your chances in quit smoking. Exercise at least 30 minutes every day and it can be in any form of exercises for example swimming, yoga, tai chi, martial arts, running, walking, wall climbing, and so on.

  • Healthy Eating

Many people who quitted smoking gained 5 pounds because their main priority is no longer on smoking but food. However, you can also lose those weights in on or two months with regular exercises such as mentioned above.

  • Strong Relationships

Building relationship with your doctor and/or your support group can help you quit smoking twice as much than those who don’t have a support group and a doctor. Building relationships with people who know how to treat you and those who understand your struggles can help inspire and motivate your zeal to quit smoking.

You can choose any of these five non-drug related ways to quit smoking or you can do all to improve your quality of life.