If you’re avoiding quitting smoking because you’re afraid of weight gain you shouldn’t let it get in the way of kicking the habit once and for all. Because there’s good news — people who quit gain an average of only about five pounds after they quit. Most gain fewer than 10 pounds and many don’t gain weight at all. You’re also more likely to exercise after you quit.
Quitting smoking is a tough addiction to beat, but it’s one of the most important things you can do for your health. Use the S.M.A.R.T. method to start your journey toward a tobacco-free life.
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When it comes to tobacco, smokeless doesn’t mean harmless. Learn the health dangers of dip, and the benefits of quitting, in this interactive graphic.
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