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Chapter 8 Tobacco Lesson 5 Saying No to Tobacco Use Next >> Click for: Teacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation. >> Main Menu >> Chapter 8 Assessment
cold turkey Stopping all use of tobacco products immediately
In this lesson, you will be able to list the reasons why it is good to be tobacco free. explain how a person can get help to quit tobacco use. name some benefits of being tobacco free. practice refusal skills to avoid tobacco use.
Outlining Before reading this lesson, make an outline using the heads as guidelines. Fill in your outline as you read. Headings in this Lesson Tobacco Free: A Healthy Choice Benefits of Being Tobacco Free You Can Quit Getting Help
Tobacco Free: A Healthy Choice Choosing not be use tobacco shows that you are taking responsibility for personal health. Choose to spend time with others who are tobacco- free and practice your refusal skills for the time when someone offers you tobacco.
Benefits of Being Tobacco Free Staying healthy Clear, healthy skin Fresh breath Clean clothes and hair Better sports performance Saving money Keeping the environment healthy
You Can Quit Once a person decides to quit, he or she may go through withdrawal. Signs of withdrawal include nervousness, moodiness, difficulty sleeping, hunger, and cravings for nicotine.
You Can Quit Tips for Kicking the Habit List your reasons. Set small goals. Choose tobacco-free places to spend your time. Change your tobacco-related habits. Be physically active. Keep trying.
Getting Help Some people may choose to stop using tobacco cold turkey. cold turkey Stopping all use of tobacco products immediately In seven to fourteen days after quitting, there is no more nicotine in the body, but withdrawal symptoms may last longer.
Getting Help Libraries and bookstores carry books that offer information on quitting tobacco use. Users can find tips on quitting and support groups through the American Lung Association, the American Heart Association, and the American Cancer Society.
Resources for Quitting Doctors are able to prescribe medication to help users quit.
What I Learned Vocabulary Define cold turkey. Lesson 5 Review
What I Learned Explain Describe how you can help someone become tobacco free. Lesson 5 Review
What I Learned Identify List at least three benefits of being tobacco free. Lesson 5 Review
What I Learned Lesson 5 Review Explain Describe how people who wish to stop using tobacco can get help.
Thinking Critically Analyze Why is it easier never to start smoking? Lesson 5 Review
Thinking Critically Apply How would you influence a peer to make the choice to quit smoking? Lesson 5 Review
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