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Prepared by Anas Alyamani St. Mary’s University Graduate student
My pressing problem is smoking cigarettes. When I have a free time, I’m always smoking cigarette. If I have a trouble day, I will think immediately to smoke a cigarette.
In 2007 I stopped smoking cigarettes but I returned smoking cigarettes in 2008. My plan was: Doing a Diet. Eating a lot of Gums. Taking Pills for stop smoking cigarettes. (Zyban) Going to GYM.
The drug increase the body’s levels of two “brain chemicals,” dopamine and norepinephrine – the same thing that occurs with nicotine. Actions of these chemicals in the brain give people a sense of energy and well being. Nicotine produces the same feelings. The stop smoking pill helped more smokers to quit than the nicotine patch.
Because I was fat so I started thinking about my self to stop smoking cigarettes and taking care of my self. During the period of losing weight, I stopped smoking cigarettes.
The act of smoking is fixed as a daily habit and, at the same time, the nicotine from cigarettes provides a temporary, and addictive, high. Eliminating that regular fix of nicotine will cause your body to experience physical withdrawal symptoms and cravings. To successfully quit smoking, you’ll need to address both the habit and the addiction by changing your behavior and dealing with nicotine withdrawal symptoms.
My Mom was helping me a lot to overcome this difficult situation. Taking the pills for stop smoking cigarette everyday. Going to the GYM everyday. When I feel I want to smoke cigarette, I will eat gum or do an extra work in the GYM.
I will feel healthier and have more energy, whiter teeth and fresher breath. I will lower my risk for cancer, heart attacks, and early death. I will make myself and my partner, friends, and family proud of me. I will no longer expose my children and others to the dangers of my smoke. I will have more money to spend. I won't have to worry: "When will I get to smoke next time?"