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On this World No Tobacco Day 2018, NYOOOZ brings simple dietary remedies you can include on daily basis.
Tobacco addiction has become a serious problem nowadays, from school goers to office workers the scene of potting a cigarette butt has become common. Some on the pretext of ‘trying something new’ while others naming it as ‘stress releaser’ hold the lighted bud between their fingers. Well, if you are among those, who seriously want to get rid of it, on this World No Tobacco Day 2018 NYOOOZ brings simple dietary remedies you can include on daily basis.
After meals can be really difficult, so just after dinner make some room for the sweetest thing in your house. Or maybe you can go healthy way by having a piece of fruit, a dessert, a piece of chocolate, or simply some gum.
Whenever you have cigarette cravings rush to your dental kit and brush your teeth. For when you’ll have that clean feeling you’ll avoid lighting a cigarette and spoiling your breath. You can also keep other things around to pop in when you have the cravings like some mint, celery sticks, gum, and sunflower seeds.
Adding a bit of ginseng to your daily diet can be helpful to quit smoking. Ginseng slows down the neurotransmitter dopamine from releasing when you have a cigarette. Taking ginseng can also aid in dealing with the withdrawal symptoms like irritation, mood swings, etc.
Consume plenty of liquids like fruit juice or water during the first three days of quitting. It will help to flush out nicotine quickly. Softer green tea can also prove helpful. Avoid black tea and coffee for a few days.
Ginger is one of Ayurveda`s most loved herbs. Ginger also has Sulphur content that helps in eliminating addiction. Soak small pieces of ginger with lemon juice and mix it with black pepper. Store the contents in a container. Use it as your mouth freshener as chew it whenever you have an urge to lit one last cigarette.
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