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Eliminate the effects of smoking on the body:

Smoking is associated with many serious problems and diseases, where there are expectations that indicate that approximately half of the number of people who smoke and who will not quit smoking will die as a result of smoking-related illnesses. In the United States and the world as a whole, smoking is considered the primary cause of preventable deaths, Therefore, quitting this bad habit is the right decision that a smoker should make to get rid of all the negative effects that smoking causes on his health, as once quit smoking, blood pressure begins to regularize to become within its normal levels, just as the blood circulation in the body begins to improve, and returns to improvement. The taste and smell to their nature, and the breathing process becomes easier, in addition to the decrease in the risk of developing cancer with each year in which the individual is away from smoking.

Eliminate the effects of smoking on the body:
The effect of toxins entering the smoker's lungs can be reflected throughout its body, but it is only attached to the mucus that collects in the respiratory system in the end, so a number of ways and behaviors through which mucus accumulated in the lungs and air passages can be removed Among these methods, through:
 Doing exercises regularly:
Since exercise increases the flow of blood circulation in the body, and this results in an increase in the efficiency of the body in getting rid of carbon dioxide. More oxygen for the muscles.

Cleaning the lungs:
Controlled by a controlled cough; Because coughing helps rid the respiratory system of toxins suspended in the mucus, and eating foods that have anti-inflammatory properties. These foods are like green leafy vegetables, olives, beans, blueberries, turmeric, nuts, lentils, and cherries. Steam therapy, where water vapor is inhaled, which in turn helps moisturize and warm the air in the respiratory passages, and this leads to better breathing, and easier clearance of mucus accumulated in the lungs and respiratory passages.

Drink green tea rich in antioxidants:
As it helps protect the tissues of the lungs from smoking toxins, in addition to that it may contribute to reducing inflammation in the lungs, changing the filters used in all of the house, cleaning the outlets in the air conditioner, or all of the bathroom, and spending more time outside the air away from air pollution , And fumes, where enough fresh air can be obtained to keep the lungs working efficiently.

Ways to stop smoking:
There are many disorders that can help a smoker quit smoking, and these methods include:
 Resorting to behavior therapy:
My brother is like practicing solving problems, and getting brief help from the doctor, such as if the doctor provides no more than ten minutes for smokers advice on quitting smoking, and obtaining individual or group psychological counseling, and among the medications used to quit smoking, such as drugs that are not Nicotine dispensed medication, such as varenicline and bupropion.

 The negative effects of smoking:
 Thinning of the skin and the appearance of wrinkles, due to the role of smoking in breaking down elastin, stimulating the enzyme responsible for breaking down collagen, the appearance of yellow spots on the teeth, nails with the effect of nicotine in cigarettes, and the appearance of the skin faded and dry; This occurs as a result of a lack of blood flow in the capillaries and a lack of oxygen in the cells.

 Weakness and fall of hair due to a decrease in the amount of oxygen that nourishes the hair. Increased risk of skin cancer, such as: squamous cell cancer, poor sense of taste and smell, and inhaling cigarette smoke exposes the senses to toxicity.

 Poor physical activity gradually, and difficulty in practicing the simplest activities, such as climbing stairs, or practicing some sports; This is due to the great effort that the heart and lungs are exposed to over time as a result of smoking.

Increased risk of infection with viral, bacterial or other infections over time; This is due to the disruption of the function of the cilia that line the respiratory tract, and its inability to protect the respiratory system from infection.

The incidence of persistent cough as a result of damage to the air passages, high blood clotting, which makes the individual vulnerable to stroke, heart attack, heart disease, and an increased risk of cancer, such as: leukemia, bladder, mouth, throat, kidney, and lung.

 Pregnancy problems and disorders such as: increased risk of miscarriage, ear infection, or asthma, and increased risk of sudden infant death syndrome.