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Smokeless Tobacco Cessation
Quitting smoking is the single most important decision smokers can make to improve their health. Preparing a quit-smoking plan and enlisting support from your doctor and your loved ones can greatly improve your chances of success. Your doctor can help you decide if over-the-counter or prescription medications can help. Pick a quit day a few weeks ahead and put it on your calendar. Plan how you're going deal with situations that make you want to smoke. Take advantage of support from family, friends, and co-workers, and consider joining a smoking cessation program so that you don't ...Read more
Exercise: I suggest exercising daily, start meditation, turn off the tv early, no caffeine at night and no alcohol. These are helpful as you learn good sleep habits. You could eat a small container of greek yogurt to help calm you down. This site has good tips http://www.Cci.Health.Wa.Gov.Au/docs/info-sleep%20hygiene.Pdf. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible.: May be having nicotine withdrawal symptoms. Would inquire as to other possible causes of insomnia such as occupation, caffeine intake, use of stimulants or other drugs, anxiety/depression or lack of exercise. Would ensure good nutritional habits, no prolonged "cat" naps, and may suggest melatonin in the right candidate. ...Read more
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