Selasa, 04 Oktober 2011

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Abis diselingkuhin cowok gw... Padahal aku udah setia setengah mati. 
Dasar Cowok ..Daripada pusing2 patah hati, mendingan gw cari yang baru.. 
Klo mo kenalan dan liat no HP ku, Klik aja tulisan warna BIRU di sebelah kanan dari fotoku...
No HP ku akan ada di salah satu tulisan BIRU di sebelahku, siapa yg beruntung yaaa...
AYU tunggu yaaa

Why is it hard to quit?
Like cigarettes, smokeless tobacco such as snuff or chewing tobacco
contains nicotine. Nicotine is very addictive and can change the way you
think and act. If you are addicted to nicotine, you crave the “buzz” you get
from using tobacco. You have to use more and more to get the effect you
Smokeless tobacco puts more nicotine into your bloodstream than
cigarettes do. People who chew or dip tobacco regularly may think that
quitting smokeless tobacco is even harder that quitting cigarette smoking.
Using smokeless tobacco may be a habit for you when you do certain
things or when you are with certain people. For example, maybe you
always chew tobacco when you go to a sporting event or when you watch
TV. It can be hard to break this habit.
Many smokeless tobacco users have quit successfully. You can, too. Your
doctor or others on your health care team can help you quit.

What can I use to replace smokeless tobacco?
• Talk to your doctor about whether nicotine gum or other nicotine
replacement therapy is right for you. In many cases, tobacco users who
benefit most from nicotine replacement include people who:
• Use 3 or more tins or pouches a week
Use smokeless tobacco within 30 minutes after they wake up
Often swallow tobacco juice when they chew or dip•  Find a substitute that you enjoy. Try sugarless gum, hard candy, beef
jerky or sunflower seeds.
•  Do not substitute cigarette smoking for smokeless tobacco. Stop using
all tobacco products because there is no such thing as a safe tobacco
•  Find activities to do when you want to chew or dip. Many people chew
or dip when they are bored. Try a walk or quick jog, lift weights, take a
hot shower to relax, or do something you enjoy to keep your mind off
smokeless tobacco.

What can I do to get ready to quit?
•  Set a date to quit and stick to it. Choose a date 2 to 4 weeks from today.
•  Develop a plan because quitting can be hard.
•  Identify times when you want to use smokeless tobacco the most. Plan
to avoid those situations or have tobacco substitutes with you, like
sunflower seeds or sugarless gum.
•  Get rid of your chewing tobacco or snuff before your quit date.
•  Start to cut down on the amount you chew or dip.
•  Get support from your family and friends and talk to your doctor. If you
have a family member or friend who uses smokeless tobacco, have that
person quit with you. Studies have shown that people who have the
support of family and friends are more successful at quitting.