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Frequently Asked Question
- What happens after 2 weeks of not smoking?
- What happens the first week of not smoking?
- What are the 5 stages of quitting smoking?
- How long does it take for your lungs to fully recover from smoking?
- Can a smoker’s lungs go back to normal?
- How long does cigarette withdrawal last?
Habits to replace smoking
Whether it be your lungs or bloodstream, smoking unleashes a range of toxins into our bodies. That’s nothing new. There are many aids available to help us quit smoking, and although less toxic, they’re not exactly healthy. Or cheap. Which brings you here, because smoking is a habit and instead of substituting it for a similar habit, replacing it with natural and therapeutic approaches creates new habits which can not only help you quit smoking, but create other lifestyle changes.
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Natural Remedies to Quit smoking
Removing nictone’s toxic input into your body is good, but don’t replace it with an unhealthy substitute. Explore some of the natural remedies you can use to quit smoking.
Natural therapies to quit smoking
Giving up smoking is as much a mental challenge as it is physical. Keep your body, mind, and soul clear and focussed and build that mental resilience to keep cigarettes out of your life.
What happens after you quit?
After quitting, our bodies need to readjust to the absence of nicotine and its regular toxic deposits. Learn about the different side effects you may experience and how to overcome them.