• The myth of nicotine as an anti-anxiety answer has finally been dispelled

    New research developed by the British Heart Foundation revealed that when compared to non-smokers, 70% of all smokers had an increased risk of anxiety and depression—proof positive that chronic nicotine consumption—in any form—is not the anti-depressant or stress reliever it is purported to be. The study, headed by smoking cessation specialist Prof. Robert West of [...]

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  • Vaping: Open or closed? Which E-Cig should I try?

    The young American market has decided that vaping is the hip and cool thing to do. Cigarettes are insipid and holy cow, is it time to do nicotine again!  All things tobacco have been falling out of fashion in the last ten years. Even cigars seemed to go away. America was well on its way [...]

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  • Its Never Too Late To Quit Smoking – Leave Nicotine Behind

    It is never too late to stop smoking and you definitely should. It is no secret that leaving nicotine and tobacco behind will reduce your chances of heart disease, stroke, lung cancer, chronic bronchitis and COPD. Unfortunately for most smoking addicts, merely knowing that smoking—vaping, ingesting nicotine in any form—is not good for you. And [...]

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  • Mark Twain and Smoking

    “Giving up smoking is the easiest thing in the world. I know because I’ve done it thousands of times.” – Mark Twain What Samuel Clemens aka Mark Twain, in his infinite wit and wisdom didn’t recognize—because no one did back in 1865—is that his beloved tobacco was laced with nicotine that was triggering his brain […]

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  • Eclipse™ vs. Chantix

    The most frequently written medical prescription for smoking is called Chantix. Developed by Pfizer, Chantix is a nicotine agonist. This means it works to reduce cravings by under stimulating cravings and pleasure of nicotine products. In other words, it removes the pleasure until—hopefully—the nicotine addict can no longer remember how good it felt to smoke […]

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