Quit smoking without irritation
Do you smoke more when you’re anxious? Do you want to quit smoking? Using natural solutions may help make quitting easier.
ANXIETY STIMULATES CONSUMPTION
Smoking is not a good response to tension but saying no to cigarettes is not so easy. However, your health may suffer as a result. Smoking increases the heart rate and blood pressure. Nicotine releases dopamine and the brain associates its presence with pleasure. Over time, the body gets used to it and demands more. That is why when you want to cut down or quit smoking, you compensate by snacking. You become anxious, short-tempered and subject to mood swings, especially if the pounds start to pile on! And that makes you want to smoke. It’s a vicious circle!
BREAK YOUR ROUTINE
To avoid smoking, change your habits and routine. Try to change how you organize your day. The more active you are, the less time you will have to think of cigarettes. Adopt a healthier lifestyle. Eat a more balanced diet, take up a new sport, make home improvements, or take up a hobby like drawing and music… Be creative! Calculate your consumption and define a strategy with realistic objectives, e.g. five cigarettes less, three a day, etc. If they are impossible to achieve, you risk putting pressure on yourself and becoming frustrated.
LACTIUM® – YOUR NATURAL ALLY
Taking Lactium® and following the advice of your Personal Coach – Quit Smoking Program – will help you to better manage daily life and improve your well-being.
You may also choose to consult your primary care physician.
Benoit T.38 years oldI stopped smoking six months ago. At first I was irritable and very anxious with my family. I started taking Lactium® and now I feel better. The nicotine cravings are limited and my relationships have improved.