Will I gain weight if I stop smoking? Maybe. Some weight gain is normal. The average person who decides to quit smoking gains about seven pounds. Some gain more, some less. And some people gain no weight at all.
Who says quitters never win? On the contrary; quitting smoking may be one of the best decisions you will ever make.
Let’s face it. Quitting smoking can be pretty rough. If you’re ready, one of the best strategies is this: Don’t go it alone. Having a support system could make all the difference.
Did you know it takes many people up to four—and sometimes six—serious tries before they finally stop smoking? Slipping is common. Multiple attempts are the norm. We’re not trying to discourage you. Instead, give yourself a break and some positive strokes for trying to improve your health.
How can businesses get the best return on investment from quit-smoking rewards? Dr. David Grossman reports on a New England Journal of Medicine study.
Read it in Healthy Findings.