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Don't feel ashamed if you start smoking again and have to quit a second, third, or fourth time. Don't get discouraged! Eventually you'll quit for good. < previous page page_52 next page > < previous page page_53 next page > Page 53 7 It's Your Choice Who's in charge here? You are! You and only you can decide how you are going to live your lifeand how you are going to treat your body. If you drink caffeinated sodas, teas, or coffee, or eat chocolate, be careful to moderate the amount of caffeine per day.
Smoking may reduce your appetite, but the longterm health risks just aren't worth it. < previous page page_33 next page > < previous page page_34 next page > Page 34 Teens and Smoking A survey of 9,965 teens by the National Center for Health Statistics showed that: · One out of two teens (50 percent) who hang out with smoking friends begin to smoke. Only 3 percent who have nonsmoker friends start smoking. · Three out of ten teens whose older brothers or sisters smoke take up the habit. And 15 percent of teens whose parents smoke will smoke too.
One method is hypnotism. Hypnotist Sheila Kahn Alper says the method works if you really want to quit. Young people, she says, participate well in hypnosis. Under hypnosis you accept the idea that smoking is a dirty habit. After the hypnotic sessions < previous page page_49 next page > < previous page page_50 next page > Page 50 Quitting smoking will allow you to have a longer and healthier life. are over, your subconscious mindthe part of your brain that directs much of what you do without your being aware of ithelps you stay off tobacco.
Caffeine and Nicotine (Drug Abuse Prevention Library) by Richard S. Lee