Most of the smokers will talk about the health benefits of quitting tobacco, but you should mention the reason clearly that why do you want to quit smoking? Despite the fact, everyone must know the danger of smoking and many people even faced with the threat of seriousness, illness, and disability. There was a significant impact on life after quitting smoking.

Why you should quit smoking:

The challenging goals which keeps you motivated while smoking is quitting. Quitting tobacco is not so easy, and it represents the dream of many people who carry for many years. Understanding the nicotine dependence is the first ultimate goal that you need to do before stopping cigarettes. Most of them spent decades and have developed hundreds of links between tobacco from the smallest to biggest. The average lifetime of smokers decreased by 50%, and they lose ten years of life, and there is a high chance of dying from smoking.

Quitting smoking is very hard, and it completely depends on physical and mental dependency. Smokers should stay healthy and motivated to get out from smoking. The recovery of nicotine addiction is a long process, and it’s a finite task. Every smoker is afraid to quit smoking. Nicotine addiction compels him to continue smoking where they feel some unknown happiness which leads to cancer after several years. Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death, and the most smoking-related cause of death for smokers are heart disease, COPD, stroke, and cancer.

How to start quitting:

Everything in the world has a beginning and an end. From the biggest to smallest there must be an exact reason should give personal meaning to you. Take your journal and start a quit journey which allows you to keep track of your health habits and reinforce your resolve to stop smoking. Get educated about smoking and justify your addiction to alleviate our mind. Most of the smokers think quitting should be a relatively quick task. The body will throw out many symptoms while stopping cigarettes. We should adopt those symptoms and should be mentally prepared. Sometimes you might get tensed, and again you urged to smoke. Don’t worry, relax yourself and stop habit completely by diverting your mind to alternative goals and plans. Beyond the physical aspects of nicotine, addiction smoking has strong psychological components.

Rather than taking a cigarette, take a deep yoga breathing and focus on sensation and rate of breath. This will slow down the heart rate which reduces blood pressure and alleviate even deep-seeded tension. Also, routing exercises elevate your mood keeps stronger and better about yourself. If you feel so stressed then phone your friend, speak a lot until you forget the stimulation of smoking. Get up early morning and go for a walk can stimulate the productions of endorphin and help you to enhance the mood. By placing your regular habit in the proper context, you will be better prepared to face the challenges that lie ahead.

Smoking causes more preventable diseases and deaths than any other drug. Each cigarette contains more than 4000 chemicals, out of which 60 are known carcinogens, i.e., they cause cancer; It is no surprise that smoking damages almost every organ in the body. The known cause of illness and death, smoking is an expensive and deadly addiction. Start saving your money and body by kicking the habit for Goodie. The health risks involved in smoking at a faster rate and also the financial risk behind every cigarette is an untold story.

Monetary calculation:

Do you aware of the cost of your cigarette every month? One pack year equals 20 manufactured cigarettes smoked per day for one year. For example, if one person smoked ten cigarettes a day for ten years. ½ pack (10 cigarettes) per day * 10 years = 5 pack years. The lung cancer risk has been calculating from the number of packs where they smoked. Cigarettes are so expensive and while quitting you can save money now as well in the future. One packet of 20 cigarettes costs apprx around Rs.250 and the price will vary, keep on increasing. Just think about your family expenses which you spent every month. If you stop smoke for the next ten years, you can save approximately Rs.9 lakhs and easily enough to buy a new car or new house, or you can drop money in the bank for future savings. The health benefits of not smoking a day include improvement in heart rate, getting out from depression, blood pressure will become stable and more.

Alternative Expenses:

Continuous smoking leads to a severe health problem which ends in medical expenses. By quitting you can convert those expenses to profit to lead a happy life. You can save up to Rs.250 in your pocket daily after one day of not smoking. Also, spend the money usefully in buying a gorgeous collection of dresses or fill your tummy with a meal at the favorite restaurant. Follow the same for one month and feel the difference in the health as well as in savings. Your lungs will function properly after one month and also the immune system will start to recover. Also, you can cover that money on petrol costs for the next two to three months.

Apart from the above benefits, smoking cause fertility problems such as impotence in men and a lower the chance of conceiving in women. Women who smoke continuously leads to miscarriage. While quitting over the time your sense of smell will improve drastically. Within 2-5 years the risk of lung cancer has been reduced, and you’ve saved between Rs.1.8 Lakhs to Rs.4.5 Lakhs. To be noted the rate mentioned above and extent of recovery can vary from person to person. Quitting tobacco is very hard for most of the people. With the financial stress, the effect of quitting gives your patience, trust, and commitment towards a happy and healthy life. Spend money on products like a nicotine patch, gels, gums, strips which help you to quit smoking. Distract yourself in mind ahead of time for better results.

A little preparation should need to come out from smoking cessation. Gear your mind against smoking and feel the momentum for the happy smoke-free life. Education is a vital part of a successful quit program. Check out these 50 reasons and challenge yourself to lead a happy and healthy life ahead.

1. Sleep better: Smokers will not have a proper night sleep, and they will feel unrested.
2. Lung cancer: Continuous smoking leads to lung cancer, and cigarette causes carbon monoxide to seep into your blood limits the amount of oxygen flow it can carry to heart, lungs, and muscles.
3. Heart disease/Heart Attack: One of the five cardiovascular diseases is directly related to smoking. For smokers, the risk of heart diseases and heart attack increases two to four times.
4. Diabetes Smoking causes type 2 diabetes: Compared to non-smokers, the chance of developing type 2 diabetes is 30 to 40 percent higher. For people with diabetes, smoking also makes it difficult to control the disease.
5. Liver cancer: Smoking increases the risk of developing liver cancer. Although not directly related, smoking with other disorders like Hepatitis C or B, people with those conditions are at risk of dramatic risk.
6. Direct Fault: Smoking creates a plaque in the arteries and hinders blood flow. It makes the blood more complex from one place to another.
7. Ectopic pregnancy: A new study revealed that women who smoke would have a higher risk of developing an ectopic pregnancy. Thus, your fallopian tube gets rupture and therefore affect a woman’s ability to conceive in future.
8. Vision loss: Studies have shown that smoking increases the risk of cataracts, glaucoma, diabetes retinopathy, and dry eye syndrome.
9. Tuberculosis: If you have been treated for tuberculosis in the past, smoking again doubles the chance of getting tuberculosis, studies have shown. This condition is called recurrent TB.
10. Rheumatoid Arthritis: Smoking increases the chances of developing Rheumatoid arthritis. Once RA develops, it almost affects any joints in your body including feet, ankles, elbows, wrists, knees, hands and wrists.
11. Strong Bones: The nonsmokers have stronger bones than smokers and women smokers have been found to lose 2.3% to 3.3% of bone mineral density for several years of tobacco use.
12. Secondhand Smoking: Secondhand smoke causes numerous health problems in infants and children, including more frequent and severe asthma attacks, respiratory infections, ear infections and increases the risk of heart attack.

13. Reduce the risk of SIDS: The second-hand smoke exposure is linked to a higher risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
14. Loss of life years: Smoking decreases the life span. Every cigarette you smoke cuts 11 minutes off from your expected life span.
15. Pills & Stroke: Smoking carry a risk of clots; heart attacks and strokes and the pill is not recommended for smokers. You should cut anyone either pill or smoke.
16. Dentist Problems: Smoking puts you at higher risk for all kind of dental problems including oral cancer and gum disease.
17. Cervical Cancer: Smoking damages the immune system; reduces the body’s ability to fight HPV and develop cervical cancer.
18. Immune System: Smoking is considered to help antioxidants and cells in the body to fight off invaders.
19. Cleft Palates: Women who smoke while pregnant are 50 percent to 70 percent more likely than non-smokers to give birth to a baby with a cleft lip or palate.
20. Cancer Treatment: Smoking causes cancer & the treatment for the same is costly. So, avoid smoking at your earliest.
21. Increased Illness: Smoking increases your chances of choosing common illnesses. If you are a smoker, then the symptoms of these diseases are more dangerous.
22. Youthful Appearance: Smoking makes your skin wrinkle and more haggard. It also discolors your fingernails and teeth.
23. Family: Smoking not only affects you but also impact the people who you care about. So, take a positive step both for yourself and them by quit smoking.
24. Osteoporosis: Smoking is a risk factor for osteoporosis and smokers are at higher risk than non-smokers. While this disease can have mild symptoms at the beginning, it quickly leads to an increased risk of fractures that can be debilitating.
25. Acid Reflux: 70% of the people likely to have acid reflux if they smoked for around 20 years.
26. Stronger Bones: Quitting smoking helps in strengthening the bones and joints also it enhances your immunity system.
27. Hearing Loss: Smoking causes hearing losses & one even loose several senses of organs gradually. Smokers, 70 percent more likely to suffer from hearing loss.
28. Vacations: Plan for a holiday to get out from smoke-free life. Now 100% smoke-free restaurants and bars are available.
29. Psoriasis: Smoking can increase the risk of developing psoriasis. For those who have psoriasis, smoking can often make the symptoms worse.
30. Warmer Hands and Feet: Poor circulation of blood is another symptom if you smoke regularly and it causes cold hands and feet. If you quit smoking, your body will feel warmer as flow returns to normal.
31. Less Caffeine: When you smoke, your body requires almost twice as much caffeine as when you don’t smoke.
32. Chance of pregnancy: The chemicals present inside the cigarette interfere with the ability of cells in the ovary to make estrogen, and it also increases the risk of spontaneous miscarriage.
33. Crohn’s Disease: Crohn’s Disease is also known as inflammatory bowel disease. This disease can be caused by smoking & it also affects the digestive tract line.
34. HIV to AIDS: HIV positive people should not touch cigarette which faster the progression time to AIDS.
35. Weight Loss: Smoking decreases appetite. Pregnant smokers are more likely to have underweight babies.
36. Calms Down your Mood on Food: Smoking diminishes the pleasure of eating, and you will not find any taste on food.
37. Hair: Smoking can cause premature baldness and lower the age at which hair begins to turn grey.
38. Life Insurance: Your Life insurance rates will be gone down about 20-30% lower for non-smokers.
39. Faster Healing Wounds: Smoking causes lesions due to slowing the wounds, as it reduces blood flow in the skin.
40. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Babies are also affected in cancer-causing chemicals in second-hand cigarette smoke, which harms their lungs, heart, and brain.
41. Menopause: Smoking leads to menopause in women & she will not be able to get her periods regularly.
42. Increased Sperm: One has to quit smoking to increase sperms & fertility.
43. Relationships: Smoking disturbs happy homes & it divides family as a whole.
44. Dementia: People tend to fall under depression, anti-social & in constant thinking that will interrupt your daily activities & works.
45. Enjoy chocolate: Quit smoking, and in a study, women who smoked were less sensitive to sweet flavors.
46. Alzheimer’s Disease: People will tend to forget things extremely slowly. This disease is incurable & Alzheimer’s will be very dangerous.
47. Lupus: This is an inflammatory disease caused by the immune system. This happens when our immune system attacks our tissues. Studies have shown that smoking increases the risk of developing lupus, which is also called lupus erythematosus.
48. More kissable: Kiss your loved ones after smoking and enjoy the live reaction of chimpanzees.
49. Cleaning of saliva flow: Exposure to smoking leads to slow down the saliva flow and function which is essential for cleaning the lining of teeth and protect it from decay.
50. Get your partner to quit: It’s harder to quit smoking when you live with a partner who smokes.