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  1. Smoking Cessation Brittany Kemper

  2. Who does smoking affect? Adults • Lung Cancer • Heart Disease • Possibly leads to development of Breast Cancer • Using Air Cleaners, Airing out Buildings, & Creating Smoking and Non-Smoking Sections Do Not Prevent Exposure to Second-Hand Smoke • Second Hand Smoke

  3. Who does smoking affect? Pregnant Women • Miscarriages • Stillbirths • Delivering with Low Birth Weight • Impaired Lung Infection • Second Hand Smoke

  4. Who does smoking affect? Children • Respiratory Disease • Asthma • Pneumonia • Bronchitis • Ear Infection • SIDS • Second Hand Smoke

  5. Reasons to quit • Elderly smokers are more likely to develop dementia and cognitive decline compared to someone who is a lifelong non-smoker • Smokers have a 44% greater chance of developing type 2 diabetes • Smokers are more likely to acquire infections in the respiratory system • Erectile dysfunction happens more in men who are smokers • Smokers are more likely to develop wrinkles in other places than just facial • Female smokers are more likely to be infertile and may go into early menopause • It is linked to many other cancers than just lung cancer • US News Health

  6. Effects of quitting • Women’s Health

  7. Lung improvements

  8. Tips for quitting • Know Why You Want to Quit • Don’t Go Cold Turkey • Try Nicotine Replacements • Prescription Pills • Let Friends and Family Know You’re Trying to Quit • Find Other Ways to Relax • Avoid Triggers • Don’t Give Up • Reward Yourself for Achieving Goals • Quit Smoking Tips

  9. Programs to help quit • Freedom From Smoking • The EX Plan • Cell Phone Apps • Nicotine Anonymous • SmokeFree.gov • US News Health

  10. Works Cited • Beckerman, J. (n.d.). 13 Best Quit Smoking Tips Ever. Retrieved April 24, 2013, from Web MD: http://www.webmd.com/smoking-cessation/ss/slideshow-13-best-quit-smoking-tips-ever • Jr., D. T. (2011, May 4). How Secondhand Smoke Affects Non-Smokers. Retrieved April 24, 2013, from Everyday Health: http://www.everydayhealth.com/stop-smoking/how-secondhand-smoke-affects-others.aspx • Lyon, L. (2008, November 14). 12 Reasons to Really Quit Smoking. Retrieved April 24, 2013, from US NEWS HEALTH: http://health.usnews.com/health-news/family-health/cancer/articles/2008/11/14/12-reasons-to-really-quit-smoking?page=3 • Women's Health. (2010, May 19). Smoking and How to Quit. Retrieved April 24, 2013, from Women's Health: http://www.womenshealth.gov/smoking-how-to-quit/tools/what-happens-when-you-quit-smoking.cfm