Smoking Cessation & Weight Gain – David’s Way to Health and Fitness

The fear of weight gain that often accompanies smoking cessation is enough to keep some people from stopping this destructive habit.

Yes, many people gain weight when they quit smoking. On average, people will gain about five to ten pounds when they stop. You may put off quitting if you are worried about adding extra weight. But not smoking is one of the best things you can do for your health. The harm from gaining a few pounds is minimal compared to the harm that comes with smoking. You can always take that unwanted weight gain back off. Once your heart and lungs are damaged from smoking, there comes a point where the damage is irreversible.

Smoking Cessation & Weight Gain

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