World No Tobacco Day: Ways to Quit Smoking

1st January, 1970

World No Tobacco Day: Ways to Quit Smoking

Smoking weakens the immune system against viral infections and also risk of covid 19 is higher in smokers Thats why many people want to quit smoking. 
According to Indus Health Plus, “7% of people continue to smoke and about 3% of people have smoked in the past but no longer smoke. Research on tobacco use has shown that 8% of people used to use tobacco and 2% of people no longer use tobacco products. It’s hard to understand how to deal with stress without smoking, especially if you’re quitting for the first time. But with a few tools and some control, it will be less difficult than you might expect”. Get some tips to quit smoking on World No Tobacco Day. 

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