For smokers who want to stop, quitting permanently is the desired outcome. But is quitting smoking cold turkey the right way to go about it? Some people believe that going cold turkey is the best route, because it allows nicotine to leave your system quickly. Others believe that going cold turkey makes withdrawal symptoms so […]
You don’t have to do it alone! Wherever you live in Canada, there are resources available to help you quit smoking.
Let’s face it: quitting smoking is really hard! Breaking free from an addiction is probably one of the most difficult things a person can do.
If you’re worried about gaining weight after quitting smoking, check out the tips for reducing food cravings in expert blog from Joanne Lewis, Dietician and Certified Diabetes Educator.
Nicotine replacement therapy might help you stop for good! Read all about the different types of nicotine replacement therapies in this article.
Smoking is bad for anyone, but it’s especially dangerous for people who have – or are at risk for – type 2 diabetes. In fact, smoking can contribute to type 2 diabetes: smokers are 30% to 40% more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than non-smokers.