Monday, March 18, 2013

How to Help a Smoker Quit

Smokers are likely, in some cases, much more likely, to get cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure, and a lot more. My father used to be a smoker when he was younger, and he used to smoke about a pack of cigarettes everyday. He started smoking when he was a teenager, and fortunately, he decided to stop smoking when his brother-in-law died on lung cancer. It was a decade ago when he stops smoking, but it was not easy for him while on the process of quitting smoking. We supported him. We let him know that we were overjoyed for he is quitting, and we let him feel that we were confident he will be able to remain smoke-free.

Anyway, for those who have plans to stop smoking for good, but the prospect of living without the cigarette is hard to imagine, then you need to consult it from the expert. Ask for the assistance from EAGLES. They accept patients from 18 to 75 years of age, male and female, and can consume ten sticks of cigarettes per day or more. They provide useful steps and study for you to be able to succeed in quitting smoking. You can also sign up on their helpful newsletter for free. If you care for yourself and your love ones, then you should contact them now. Anyhow, my best advice to any smokers is to take the matter before the Lord. He can make the difference.