Smoking kills 1,200 people around the world every day and is the number one cause of preventable death in the world. In the U.S. smoking is responsible for 30 percent of all heart attacks and cardiovascular deaths.
There’s a long, running debate about whether it’s more difficult for women or men to quit smoking. In a recent study, the University College London looked at more than 100,000 smokers in the United States, Britain and Canada they found that there is really very little difference between the sexes when it comes to quitting.
Here’s what’s important. With the right motivation and approach, everyone can stop smoking.
The following are some quit smoking tips that are can be especially helpful for women. Continue reading