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In recent years, there has been a boom in growth for products designed to help you stop smoking. From patches to prescriptions, nicotine delivery systems, herbal products, supplements, chewing gum, and lozenges, the options seem endless.

Stop Smoking Today with Smoke Deter! While the approaches differ, their goals are the same: to give you a healthier, cleaner body. Studies have shown that people who quit smoking have a much better outlook on life. They have more energyand are happier with themselves. You can also save a lot of money by quitting smoking. A person who smokes a single pack of cigarettes a day can save over $2,500 a year in cigarettes alone - not to mention the money saved on doctor visits and other long-term medical spending.

When looking at different stop smoking programs, there are certain factors you need to consider. Some of these include:

  • Effectiveness.  The bottom line - does the product work? Does it deliver on its claims? Spending your time and money on ineffective smoking products will only lead to frustration.
  • Convenience.  How manageable is the solution? It will do no good if it sits on the shelf and goes unused.
  • Cost.  Is the cost of the product competitive with other smoking solutions?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best stop smoking products available today. We hope this information helps you to kick that smoking habit once and for all!

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2016

Stop Smoking Reviews

5 stars
Smoke Deter

SMOKE DETERTopConsumerReviews.com Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

The all-natural Smoke Deter system is a fast-acting homeopathic spray that controls your smoking urges and provides relief to your body. It is effective, low cost, and comes with a 100% money-back guarantee.
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4.5 stars
Triple Complex Nicotonic

TRIPLE COMPLEX NICOTONIC

Triple Complex NicoTonic is made from three homeopathic ingredients that work to minimize the effects of caffeine withdrawal. This all-natural, homeopathic stop smoking product is made by Native Remedies, a leader in the market. Very affordable pricing, an excellent return policy and a strong Better Business Bureau rating put this option towards the top of our list. Read More... Visit
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4 stars
Nicoderm CQ

NICODERM CQ

The Nicoderm CQ patch is one of the most popular stop-smoking products available. Effective and convenient, we just wish it wasn't so expensive.
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4 stars
Habitrol

HABITROL

Habitrol offers a solution very similar to Nicoderm CQ. The release is a little less gentle than Nicoderm CQ but costs a little less as well.
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3 stars
Zero Nicotine

ZERO NICOTINE

Zero Nicotine offers yet another patch solution designed to help you quit smoking. The herbal blend focuses on the elimination of nicotine, rather than replenishing the body with smaller doses of it.
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1.5 stars
Nicorette

NICORETTE

Nicorette certainly has it's place in the market place, but when it comes to results it's a little on the light side. It's a better product to assist those trying to maintain their non-smoking status, who need a little help from time to time. Read More... Visit
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The Benefits of Quitting Smoking

The benefits of quitting smoking have been well documented over the years. Some of the top benefits include:

Health Benefits
Health benefits include decreasing the risk of having many types of cancer (lung, mouth, esophageal, etc.), decreasing the likelihood of infertility or impotence, and decreasing the chance of having high blood pressure, diabetes, or heart disease. If you donít have any of these health issues already, consider yourself lucky and quit while youíre ahead. The surgeon general has stated that quitting has major and immediate benefits to health for women and men whether they already have smoking related health problems or not.

The problems above are health issues associated with smoking but another health issue that comes up when people talk about quitting smoking is weight gain. Many people tend to gain a little weight because they replace having a cigarette in their mouth with putting food in their mouth. For most people the weight gain is 5-10 pounds. Donít let this be a deterrent. The health benefits of quitting far outweigh the risks associated with negligible weight gain. By eating a healthy diet and keeping active you will be able to maintain your Ďsmokersí weight.

Elimination of Second Hand Smoke
While it is easy to list the health benefits of quitting smoking, the advantages do not end there. Youíll also be helping those around you by not producing second hand smoke, setting a good example for your own or other peopleís children, and getting that pesky cigarette stench out of your hair, wardrobe, car and house. And NO MORE smokers breath!

Financial Benefits
Letís not forget the financial impact smoking can have. Smoking is an expensive habit; extremely expensive if youíre a chain smoker. Break out your calculator and follow along here boys and girls. The average price of cigarettes is over $6.75 per pack in the US (as of summer 2012). And year after year the cost will continue to rise as states try to increase tax revenue by raising the tax on cigarettes. If you buy the average pack of cigarettes ($6.75) and smoke two packs a week, it equals more than $700.00 per year. Four packs a week is over $1400.00 per year. One pack a day is nearly $2500.00 per year. Thatís some serious cash. What would you be able to do with an extra $700.00? $1400.00 every year? What could you do with $2500.00 extra in your piggy bank?

Health benefits and financial benefits are the really the typically at the top of list when it comes to reasons to stop smoking. When looking for methods to help stop the addiction consider a variety of options and donít give up Ė itís worth the effort.

 

 

 

New Stop Smoking Service to benefit Auckland

A new regional Stop Smoking Service has been launched to improve smoke-free numbers in Pacific, as well as Maori and pregnant communities. The Fono, Auckland's largest Pacific-owned and Pacific-led health provider, will drive the Pacific service for the ...

Published:  Tue, 26 Jul 2016 18:11:00 GMT



New Stop Smoking Service to benefit Auckland's Pacific communities

A new regional Stop Smoking Service has been launched to improve smoke-free numbers in Pacific, as well as Maori and pregnant communities. The Fono, Auckland's largest Pacific-owned and Pacific-led health provider, will drive the Pacific service for the ...

Published:  Tue, 26 Jul 2016 16:04:00 GMT



Let Medicare help you stop smoking

It's never too late to quit smoking. While it's best to stop as early as possible, kicking the smoking habit at any age will enhance the length and quality of your life. As soon as you stop, your body begins to repair the damage caused by smoking.

Published:  Sat, 23 Jul 2016 13:06:00 GMT



Ready to kick the butt? It may help you reduce drinking too

In England, people who attempted to stop smoking within the last week and reported lower levels of alcohol consumption, were less likely to binge drink, and were more likely to be classified as "light drinkers" (having a low alcohol risk) compared with ...

Published:  Sat, 23 Jul 2016 00:04:00 GMT



Why you need to know the generic names of your medicines

To make matters worse, the man had recently attended a "stop smoking"Ě program, where another doctor gave him a prescription for Zyban. So, right before his seizure, the man was taking Zyban, Wellbutrin, and bupropion -all the same medicine!

Published:  Sun, 24 Jul 2016 21:00:00 GMT



Can e-cigarettes help you stop smoking?

ANDERSON - With the popularity of e-cigarettes growing, some people are turning to vaping as a tool to quit smoking. Professional opinions differ on whether that's a good thing. Dr. Charlie Williams, of Anderson Family Health Specialists at Community ...

Published:  Wed, 20 Jul 2016 03:58:00 GMT



Hospital Offers Help to Stop Smoking

DERBY - Griffin Hospital offers free education, advice and support to help individuals prepare to quit smoking with its four-week smoking cessation program starting Wednesday, August 3. "That's It - Learn to Quit"Ě teaches a variety of methods to ...

Published:  Sat, 23 Jul 2016 03:51:00 GMT



 

 

 

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