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Quit Smoking or Smoking Cessation by Roel Tolentino

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This lecture is about quitting smoking or smoking cessation. Lighting a cigarette and inhaling the smoke is bad for the health. Healthy lifestyle including a very good diet, regular exercises, enough sleep and a less stressful life is very important.

This lecture is about quitting smoking or smoking cessation. Lighting a cigarette and inhaling the smoke is bad for the health. Healthy lifestyle including a very good diet, regular exercises, enough sleep and a less stressful life is very important.

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  1. 1. QUIT SMOKING
  2. 2. 1/19/2020 7
  3. 3. •Reluctant and disillusioned • 83% say they would not smoke if they had their time again • 71% want to quit Smokers’ attitudes
  4. 4. •Reasons • 61% Health • 43% Expense • 20% Addiction • 17% Disgust • 5% Social stigma Smokers’ attitudes
  5. 5. Pharmacotherapy and intensive behavioural support needed.
  6. 6. SMOKERS GIVE MANY REASONS FOR CONTINUNING •Enjoyment •Habit •Social norm •Ritual •Routine •Few mention addiction
  7. 7. THE CHANGE PROCESS No-one changes their behaviour without first changing their attitudes and beliefs.
  8. 8. The Public’s attitude to health advice is not always positive!!
  9. 9. STEPS TO QUITTING 1. Deciding 2. Preparing 3. Quitting 4. Staying stopped 5. Coping with setbacks
  10. 10. People succeed when they: •Invest time and thought in quitting •Want to stop and know what to expect when they do
  11. 11. People succeed when they: •Have enough information and have developed coping strategies
  12. 12. People succeed when they: •Have encouragement from others
  13. 13. Stopping Smoking - Not ready! •Respect this decision •Leave the door open for future discussions
  14. 14. Instead help smokers weight up the pros and cons
  15. 15. How Does Smoking Hurt Us?
  16. 16. Makes you cough!
  17. 17. Makes you tired!
  18. 18. Affects your sense of taste and smell.
  19. 19. It makes your breath and clothes smell bad!
  20. 20. The people who are smokers, these people are high risk of heart attack and stroke.
  21. 21. Bad Lung Good Lung It’s not good for your lungs!
  22. 22. The Health Effects! Affects EVERY part of your body  Hair  Brain  Eyes  Mouth – breath and teeth  Yellow skin and wrinkles  Difficulty in breathing  Serious Diseases
  23. 23. Reasons to Quit  Health  Stinks, bad breath, yellow skin  Family/Friends  Too much money!
  24. 24. Reasons to Quit  Peer pressure (fewer smokers)  Fewer places to smoke  Don’t like it anymore  Sick of it
  25. 25. So how do I quit?  Form a plan – decide on the best approach for you.  Two ways to quit 1. All at once 2. Cutting back
  26. 26. Programs & Supports  Patch and Gum  Counseling  Smokers’ Helpline  Internet Resources Programs
  27. 27. Programs & Supports  Teacher  School Counselor  Nurse, Doctor  Friend/Family Supports
  28. 28. … when you can’t breathe nothing else matters!
  29. 29. So, Saying “NO” to Smoking.
  30. 30. Slideshare.net Quit smoking by roel tolentino roel_tolentino@yahoo.com

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