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Stop Smoking Cessation

Stop Smoking Cessation

Ready to quit smoking? Tried quitting before? Not interested in quitting at all? Whether you are ready to quit smoking, have tried quitting in the past or are just thinking about cutting back, Dr. G Medical Solutions is here to help decrease the cessation of smoking.

There are plenty of reasons to quit smoking. Your heart, lungs, even your finances will see an improvement!

Here are just a few:

Save Money

One cost of smoking? It costs money! When you give up a 1 pack a day habit at an average cost of $6.18, you can save $2,200 a year.

Improve Lung Function

Three sure signs of a smoker are wheezing, coughing and shortness of breath. Your lungs are working overtime. Quit, and in 2 to 3 months your lung function improves.

No More Smoky Smell

Most smokers aren’t bothered by the smell of smoke that sticks around in their hair or clothes because they can’t smell it.

Healthier Looking Skin

Smoking causes wrinkles around the mouth due to the heat from the tips of cigarettes and repeatedly pursing your lips to take a drag.

Decreased Cancer Risks

Most everyone knows smoking increases your chances of lung cancer. But smoking also increases your risk for cancer of the stomach, mouth, throat, kidney, cervix, pancreas, and bladder.

Live Longer

People who quit smoking live longer than those who smoke, because quitting reduces the risk of dying from specific smoking-related diseases. According to the American Cancer Society, people who quit smoking before age 50 have one-half the risk of dying in the next 15 years compared with people who continue to smoke.

Heart Benefits

20 minutes after quitting your heart rate drops back down to normal. In just 2 weeks to 3 months your heart attack risk begins to drop, and your and your lung function begins to improve. In a year, your risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smoker.

Food Tastes Better

Smoking can dull your sense of smell and taste. As you regain your senses after you quit smoking, you’ll notice eating can be more pleasurable because you can actually taste your food.

Better Sex

Studies looking at men who smoke have found that they are more likely to have impotence (erectile dysfunction). This gets worse the longer they smoke, and may be due to problems with blood flow. In just 3 months after quitting, blood flow throughout your body improves, increasing your chances of having a healthy sexual life. If a better sex life isn’t a good reason to quit, what is?

A Quiet’s Night’s Sleep

Smoking could be the reason you (and your partner) are tossing and turning at night. Smoking irritates the membranes in the nose and throat which can block the airways and cause snoring.


Think about it. Once you’re no longer tied to your smoking habit, you’ll feel a sense of freedom – no more sneaking outside to grab a quick smoke; no more dreading long flights; no more making excuses. You can breathe easier and enjoy your newfound freedom from smoking.