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Reasons to Quit 

When you stop smoking the winner is…your health.

Once you quit smoking, it's most likely that your entire world will change for the better. Everything from friends to finances will be positively affected by this decision. But one aspect of your life will by far benefit the most — your health.

The list goes on

It doesn't matter how old you are. Or how long you've smoked. Quitting smoking helps you live longer and healthier. Period. For starters, ex-smokers suffer from fewer illnesses. And we're not just talking about the common cold, either. Ex-smokers decrease their chances of:

  • the flu
  • bronchitis
  • pneuomonia
  • heart attack and stroke
  • chronic lung disease
  • cancer (lung, mouth, larynx, throat, esophagus, bladder, kidney, pancreas, cervix and stomach)

Every year counts

According to the data collected by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the 1990s, adult male smokers lose an average 13.2 years due to smoking, while female smokers lose 14.5 years.

Good health outweighs all

Some people are afraid of the potential weight gain (usually less than 10 pounds) that may follow quitting. But simply put, the health benefits of quitting smoking outweigh the few extra pounds. For more details on other mental and physical changes you might experience after quitting, check out the quit timeline.


How do I use the patch?

Congratulations on your decision to quit smoking! The MAXIMUM STOP SMOKING Patch www.SlimFastin30.com recommended helping make it easier to quit. The following instructions will help you use the patch the right way. Be sure to stop smoking on the day you start using the patch. Smoking or using other forms of tobacco while you're using the patch may lead to health problems.

Do not let anyone else use the patch. Keep the patch away from children and pets. Do not use the patch if you are pregnant, unless your doctor knows you are pregnant and has told you to do so. If you are breastfeeding, talk to your doctor before using the patch. You should also talk to your doctor before using the patch if you are younger than 18 years old.



  1. Only open the sealed package when you are ready to put on a patch.
  2. Peel the protective cover off the patch and throw the cover away. Try not to touch the sticky side of the patch (the side with the protective cover).
  3. Put one patch on a clean, dry area of skin on your upper body that isn't covered with hair, such as your stomach, upper arm or side. Do not put the patch on burned, cut or sore skin.
  4. To apply the patch, place the sticky side on your skin and press it firmly with the palm of your hand for 10 seconds. Make sure the patch is flat and smooth against your skin.
  5. Wash your hands after putting on the patch. MAXIMUM STOP SMOKING PATCH on your hands could get into your eyes or nose and cause stinging or other problems.
  6. Wear the patch for the amount of time shown on the package. Most patches are worn for 16 or 24 hours. If you have sleep problems when you have the patch on, you can take it off at bedtime and put on a new patch in the morning.
  7. When you take off the old patch, fold it in half with the sticky sides together. Put the old patch in the package from the new patch or in the disposal tray provided. Put the package or tray in the trash where children and pets cannot find it.
  8. Put the next patch on a different area of skin. Use a different area each day. You can use a previously used area again after waiting 1 week.

Smoking: Steps to Help You Break the Habit with MAXIMUM STOP SMOKING PATCH

Why does it seem so hard to stop smoking?

Smoking causes changes in your body and in the way you act. The changes in your body are caused by an addiction to nicotine. The changes in the way you act developed over time as you bought cigarettes, lit them and smoked them. These changes have become your smoking habit.

When you have a smoking habit, many things seem to go along with having a cigarette. These might include having a cup of coffee or an alcoholic drink, being stressed or worried, talking on the phone, driving, socializing with friends or wanting something to do with your hands.

How can I stop smoking?

You'll have the best chance of stopping if you do the following:

  • Get ready.
  • Get support and encouragement.
  • Learn how to handle stress and the urge to smoke.
  • Get medication and use it correctly.
  • Be prepared for relapse.
  • Keep trying.


How should I get ready to stop smoking?

Set a stop date 2 to 4 weeks from now so you'll have time to get ready. Write down your personal reasons for stopping. Be specific. Keep your list with you so you can look at it when you feel the urge to smoke.

To help you understand your smoking habit, keep a diary of when and why you smoke. Using information from this diary, you and your doctor can make a plan to deal with the things that make you want to smoke.

Just before your stop date, get rid of all of your cigarettes, matches, lighters and ashtrays.

How can I get support and encouragement?

Tell your family and friends what kind of help you need. Their support will make it easier for you to stop smoking. Also, ask your family doctor to help you develop a plan for stopping smoking. Your doctor can also recommend a stop-smoking program. These programs are often held at local hospitals or health centers.

Give yourself rewards for stopping smoking. For example, with the money you save by not smoking, buy yourself something special.

What about stress and my urges to smoke?

You may have a habit of using cigarettes to relax during stressful times. Luckily, there are good ways to manage stress without smoking. Relax by taking a hot bath, going for a walk, or breathing slowly and deeply. Think of changes in your daily routine that will help you resist the urge to smoke. For example, if you used to smoke when you drank coffee, drink hot tea instead.

What will happen when I stop smoking?

How you feel when you stop depends on how much you smoked, how addicted your body is to nicotine and how well you get ready to stop smoking. You may crave a cigarette or feel hungrier than usual. You may feel edgy and have trouble concentrating. You also may cough more at first, and you may have headaches.

These things happen because your body is used to nicotine. They are called nicotine withdrawal symptoms. The symptoms are strongest during the first few days after you stop smoking, but most go away within a few weeks.

What about MAXIMUM STOP SMOKING PATCH replacement products or medicine to help me stop smoking?

MAXIMUM STOP SMOKING PATCH replacement works by lessening your body’s craving for nicotine and reducing withdrawal symptoms. This lets you focus on the changes you need to make in your habits and environment. Once you feel more confident as a nonsmoker, dealing with your nicotine addiction is easier.

Prescription medicines such as bupropion and varenicline help some people stop smoking. These medicines do not contain nicotine, but help you resist your urges to smoke.

Talk to your doctor about which of these products is likely to give you the best chance of success. For any of these products to work, you must carefully follow the directions on the package. It's very important that you don't smoke while using nicotine replacement products.

Will I gain weight when I stop smoking?

Most people gain a few pounds after they stop smoking. Remember that any weight gain is a minor health risk compared to the risks of smoking. Dieting while you're trying to stop smoking will cause unnecessary stress. Instead, limit your weight gain by having healthy, low-fat snacks on hand and being physically active.  We recommend MAXIMUM HOODIA PATCH to suppress your appetite.

What if I smoke again?

Don't feel like a failure. Think about why you smoked and what you can do to keep from smoking again. Set a new stop date. Many ex-smokers did not succeed at first, but they kept trying. The first few days after stopping will probably be the hardest. Just remember that even one puff on a cigarette can cause a relapse, so don't risk it.


Immediate reasons to stop

  • ·                            Bad breath and stained teeth
  • ·                            Bad smell in clothes and hair and on skin
  • ·                            Lower athletic ability
  • ·                            Cough and sore throat
  • ·                            Faster heartbeat and raised blood pressure
  • ·                            Risk of second-hand smoke to people around you
  • ·                            Cost of smoking


Long-term reasons to stop

  • ·                            Toxic chemicals in cigarette smoke
  • ·                            Risk of lung cancer and many other types of cancer
  • ·                            Risk of heart disease
  • ·                            Serious breathing problems
  • ·                            Time lost working or having fun because you're sick
  • ·                            Wrinkles
  • ·                            Risk of stomach ulcers and acid reflux
  • ·                            Risk of gum disease
  • ·                            Risk of damage to babies of pregnant women who smoke
  • ·                            Setting a bad example for your children


Quit Smoking Quiz

Just before your quit date:

Write down your personal reasons for quitting. Look at your list often.

Keep a diary of when and why you smoke.

Get rid of all of your cigarettes, matches, lighters and ashtrays.

Tell friends and family that you’re going to quit and what your quit date is.

Practice going without cigarettes in places where you spend a lot of time, such as your home or car.


On your quit date:

Stop smoking!

• Take your medication.

Ask your friends, co-workers and family for support.

Change your daily routine.

Avoid situations where you’d typically smoke.

Drink plenty of water.

Stay busy.

Do something special to celebrate.


Right after you stop:

Develop a clean, fresh nonsmoking environment around yourself, at work and at home.

Try to avoid drinking alcohol, coffee or other beverages you associate with smoking.

If you miss the sensation of having a cigarette in your mouth, try carrot or celery sticks, flavored toothpicks or a straw.

Chew sugarless gum or mints to help with cravings.

Stay away from people who smoke.

Reward yourself for successes — one hour, one day or one week without smoking.

    • Start an exercise program.

My skin tingles under the patch. Is that normal?

It is normal to feel mild tingling, itching or burning when you put the patch on. This feeling usually lasts 15 minutes to 1 hour. When you take off an old patch, your skin may be red where the patch was. Your skin should not stay red for more than 1 day. If the skin stays very red for 4 days, or if it gets swollen or sore, do not put on a new patch. Call your doctor.

Can I wear the patch in the shower?

You can wear your patch when you bathe, shower, swim or soak in a hot tub. Water will not harm the patch as long as it is firmly in place.

What if the patch falls off?

If your patch comes off, put a new one on a different area of skin. Change it again at the usual time the next day.





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    I been a week and all I have to said is thank you, the results from this patch is really good.

  2. Smoke for 25 years 5 Star Review

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