Another Way to Stop Smoking
Researchers in Vienna at Otto Wagner Hospital have released a new study showing that exercise may be one of the keys to successfully ending a smoking addiction. They found that 80 percent of cigarette smokers who used both exercise and nicotine- replacement therapy successfully quit smoking. Only 52 percent who only used the nicotine-replacement therapy were able to stop smoking. An added benefit is that those who exercise during a smoking cessation program also tend to snack less, leading to less weight gain during the process. A good way to start is to add a 30-minute walk to your daily routine. You will probably find that the benefits in overcoming the addiction and to your health in general kick in almost immediately.
At District at Greenville in Dallas, Texas, we believe it’s important to live life vigorously. In order to do so, you must educate yourself regularly with lifestyle-enhancing tips such as these. With this blog post, we seek to improve your way of life through education that promotes self-care.