There are many, many reasons to quit smoking; improve your health, improve your bank balance (my jaw dropped at the weekend when someone told me it was up to over £12 per packet for cigarettes. £12!), among others.
Once you stop smoking you reduce your risk of certain health conditions:
Homeopathy on the other hand is safe, gentle and effective and doesn’t cause any side effects or long-term damage. The aim with homeopathic remedies is to restore you and your body to a place of balance as quickly and as gently as possibly.
There are a handful of remedies you can use to support you through this time and it would also be beneficial to see a homeopath to get a constitutional remedy to further support you through this transition. If you would like any more information on this just get in touch. www.solashomeopathy.com/contact.html
Tabacum is made from tobacco. It helps for those that experience cold hands and feet, headaches in the morning, palpitations, dizziness, and hypertension. This remedy will also help you to detox the tobacco toxins from your system.
Nux vomica is appropriate when the person experiences irritability, depression, stress, insomnia, and anxiety. They may also suffer headaches, nausea and constipation.
Plantago will help create a dislike for tobacco. The person’s symptoms may include facial neuralgia, restlessness, irritability, depression, and insomnia from tobacco.
Useful if you are addicted to tobacco but can’t stand its smell.
This is just a snapshot of the remedies that can help you kick the habit. There is plenty of help and support out there to help you through this journey.