Why not quit?

Most smokers are aware of the health hazards inherent in the habit of smoking and that tobacco smoke is a source of lung, moth, throat cancer as well as many other serious illnesses.

Smoking ties you down to a routine from which escape even though you know for certain it is not good for you.

Quit smoking remain to most prominent new years resolution.

After 10 to 20 years of smoking, smokers starts to realize that there is no benefit from smoking, only negatives and when their bodies’ look and feel starts to tell them it is time, quitting is very hard.  Tobacco is addictive drug and this created a social habit and it becomes hard to break up with this life long companion when solely reliant on own will power.

This is why smokers need help to quit.

IQS can help anyone quit when they decide to do so.

Most smokers starts out in their teens when their health is not high on the agenda, however smoking affects all social classes and age groups and no one is guaranteed they will not suffer later on in life

Because of health damage and the consequent hospital care, cigarette smoking results in huge medical expenditure around the globe. Statistics confirm that smoking and its related illnesses constitutes the primary cause of death in industrialized countries.

Nicotine is highly addictive.

Only recently was nicotine declared a drug officially in all respects. Researchers from the tobacco industry had data for decades pertaining to its highly addictive nature and used it to their advantage to hook new customers through clever advertising and then hold on to them through the addictive nature. In a recent comparison between the properties of several major drugs such as; heroin, cocaine and alcohol, it has been found that nicotine has the highest addictive power. Substance induced addiction is determined by; the difficulty a person encounters when trying to cease, the frequency of relapses, the percentage of dependent people and the “value” it has among the users, evidence of health damage notwithstanding.

Next to pharmacological dependence the psychological dependence on nicotine plays a decisive role in the establishment of a tie between smoker and cigarette. The triggers are mostly connected with; social and cultural factors, gestures associated with the action of smoking and to the amphetamine-like related effects. These effects induce expectations of better performances when facing social or work related pressure.

Pharmacological and psychological dependence coexist within the same person and in a variety of people in different proportions. Therefore smoking causes dependence and induces smokers to become slaves to the habit both on a physical and psychological level.

Of 1,000 adult male smokers:

  • 1 will die in violent circumstances
  • 6 will die in car accidents
  • 250 will be killed by tobacco induced related pathologies.

When we are young we will sacrifice our health to gain our wealth, when we get older, we will give up all our wealth to restore our health!


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