How to Quit Dip and Smokeless Tobacco?
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One person per hour dies from oral cancer in the United States alone --
and smokeless tobacco is a leading cause of cancer. At least 28 ingredients in smokeless tobacco are known to cause cancer. It also causes esophageal cancer, pancreatic cancer, heart disease, gum disease, and oral lesions other than cancer, such as leukoplakia.
Ready to quit and start healing yourself now? Download Quit the Can and get it done!
This app was designed for those who want to kill the can! Quit chewing, quit dipping, quit using pouches, or using snuff for good!
If you're looking for a way to quit smokeless tobacco that won't stress you out like going cold turkey, then this app is for you!
HOW TO USE
Watch the video for complete instructions and list of features.
If you still have questions, it is this easy:
1. Configure the SETTINGS
2. Track each chew in the TRACKER
3. When ready, hit the QUIT button
4. Monitor progress in social, financial, and health benefits
HOW IT WORKS
Consider the research that most nicotine cravings last only five or ten minutes at a time -- if a person can alter the chewing behavior slightly, then the addiction to nicotine can be broken!
Next, we explain how to quit dip easier using the tracking system.
The application helps the user to track each chew and then tells them when they are allowed to have the next one. By relying on the application to tell the user when they can or can't chew, it slowly alters the addictive behavior in a good way -- thus allowing the user to no longer be under the spell of nicotine cravings.
After each chew is tracked, the time between dips is slowly increased. This results in a slow decline in number of chews per day and ultimately decreases nicotine dependence to the point where the user feels comfortable to sever all ties to smokeless tobacco and QUIT FOR GOOD!
This application has been battle-tested by real, "former" dip and snuff users. If you're ready to quit, then you have nothing to lose -- give it a try and in two weeks you'll have the confidence and will know how to quit dipping forever.
HEALTH AND SOCIAL BENEFITS
Addiction to smokeless tobacco affects both the user's health and social benefits of being addiction-free. These benefits are tracked in the application.
Back in grade school, many of us received the lecture of how much money tobacco addiction can cost over years of time. This application provides tracking for how much money is saved by quitting dip and smokeless tobacco. The authors of this app have designed it so you can track the money you save by configuring your average chews per day, average chews in a can, and average price per can.
What are you waiting for? Download this app and start receiving the benefits of reducing and eliminating nicotine from your life!
After over a year of downloads and collecting feedback, this is definitely the app to help people learn how to quit dipping! If you are serious about learning how to quit chewing tobacco, then this is the app for you. It will help you quit dipping for good!
This app is different than communities like Kill the Can who propose quitting dip cold turkey and using alternatives like jerky chew, coffee grinds, mint snuff, tea snuff, and other online guides for quitting which propose un-natural alternatives to smokeless tobacco. Quit smokeless tobacco, dip, snuff, spit and chew for good and download Quit the Can!
Overcoming the obstacles to stopping chewing tobacco
Maybe you've tried quitting before. You made up your mind one day that you were going to stop, and you did stop. You felt quite proud of your achievement. But then something happened - some frustration, some party, some work issue, a friend just offered you a wad, whatever it was - and all of a sudden the craving just carried you away before you could think. And you were back dipping again. You may be wondering if you'll ever discover how to stop chewing tobacco.
Do you need willpower to give up dipping?
When that sort of thing happens, it's easy to give up and start saying to yourself 'Maybe I've just got an addictive personality' or 'I haven't got that sort of willpower'. It all seems like too much effort. Why not just go with it? And that will keep you going for a while, until those niggling doubts, or some worrying health symptom, push you into thinking about quitting tobacco again.
But now it's harder. The notion that 'I don't have the willpower' is quite frightening when you think that it's all about willpower. If stopping chewing tobacco is about entering a battle of wills, you have no hope of winning. Tobacco is much more 'determined' than you are, is it not?
Are you doomed to chew tobacco till it kills you, then?
How tobacco deceives its users into dependency
Tobacco chewing, like all addictions, acquires a sort of all-pervading 'presence' in the lives of users, which make it seem inevitable, all-powerful, inescapable, and 'part of the furniture'. But it's all an illusion.
Have you ever seen the movie The Wizard of Oz? You may remember how the Wizard tried to cow Dorothy and her companions by appearing as a giant head, a fairy, a ball of fire, and a horrible monster. But when they dared to pull back the curtain, it turned out that he was a powerless nobody performing mechanical tricks.
So how do you pull back the curtain on smokeless tobacco and rob it of its power to enslave you?
What it takes to escape from tobacco chewing addiction
To get free from chewing tobacco addiction, you need to be able to 'see through' the illusion. This requires very clear, sharp sight. Not the sight of your physical eyes, but the sight of your 'inner eye', your 'mind's eye'. To open your inner eye and see through the deception of tobacco, you need to be in a state of mind removed from your everyday concerns and therefore free of the constraints which normally govern you.
How hypnosis can help you stop chewing tobacco
The easiest way to access such a state of mind is through the practice of hypnosis. Stop Chewing Tobacco will teach you how to easily and effortlessly access a mental state of calm objectivity and relaxation, where deceptions no longer have any effect on you.
By listening regularly to Stop Chewing Tobacco you will begin to understand very clearly how tobacco chewing has previously kept its grip on you and why, now that you have seen through it, it no longer has any power over you. You will learn the inner stance to adopt to keep you safe from it in future.
Download Stop Chewing Tobacco and start enjoying a truly nicotine free life.
The location-aware app also provides motivational messages to help you stay tobacco free.
Tobacco Quit and Save is a free, motivational tool for someone who has already quit, or is thinking
of quitting smoking. Just answer a few short questions when you first open the app – like how many cigarettes you smoked per day – and the app will track:
• Dollars Saved
• Days Added to Your Life
• Days Since Last Cigarette
• Number of Cigarettes Not Smoked
Don’t smoke or trying to help someone quit? Pick a past date, fill in a few more questions or use the app defaults, and instantly see what someone would have saved by quitting on that date.
The location-aware app provides you with motivational messages to stay tobacco-free when you visit hundreds of locations where tobacco products may be sold in Colorado. The location-aware feature can be switched on and off in the settings menu on the dashboard screen.
Tobacco Quit and Save also allows users to share their accomplishments with friends and family through Facebook and Twitter. Looking for extra support to stay quit? The app links directly to TobaccoFreeCO.org for tips and quitting resources.
Quitting is a unique process for everyone. It may even take multiple tries, but don't give up. If you relapse while using Tobacco Quit and Save then simply reset the app to try again. The app will continue to display the number of days you went without smoking during your Best Attempt. You can then work to beat that goal on your next attempt.
Disclaimer: This app is intended to be an informational and educational tool. Calculations are based on information provided by the user and/or statewide averages for Colorado. Dollars saved, cigarettes not smoked, and time added to your life are estimates and should not be considered as actual financial or medical information. Tobacco Quit and Save is provided by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE).
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Del Resumen Ejecutivo de la AHA (http://circ.ahajournals.org/cgi/content/full/122/18_suppl_3/S640): “El desarrollo más reciente del año 2010 de la guía de la AHA para RCP y ACE es un cambio en la secuencia de los pasos de soporte vital básico (SVB) de A-B-C [Airway, Breathing, Chest compressions (vía aérea, respiración, compresiones torácicas)] a C-A-B [Chest compressions, Airway, Breathing (compresiones torácicas, vía aérea, respiración)] para pacientes adultos y pediátricos (niños y lactantes, excepto recién nacidos). Aunque los expertos estuvieron de acuerdo en que es importante reducir el tiempo a la primera compresión torácica, eran conscientes que un cambio en algo tan establecido como la secuencia de A-B-C precisa la reeducación de todas las personas que han aprendido RCP.”
Asegúrese de continuar el entrenamiento apropiada, ya que hay otros cambios importantes en las directrices, además de C-A-B.
- one click to start the assistant
- heart pulses demonstrate the recommended chest compression frequency
- a beep sound indicates when the chest compression should be performed
- chest compression counter restarts to suggest the rescue breath
- shows elapsed time from the start of CPR
- call an ambulance button - after confirmation initiates a call to the ambulance (on the speaker phone)
- pulse frequency and chest compression counter restarts can be configured to allow for CPR for adults/children
- the default configuration applies for adults: 100 pulses per minute, rescue breath every 30 pulses
- ambulance phone number - 112 by default but can be easily changed to country specific number e.g. 911
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The CPR videos that incorporate the latest guidelines issued by the American Heart Association (Oct 2010). The most prominent change is from A-B-C (airway, breathing, chest compressions) to C-A-B (chest compressions first, then airway and breathing).
From the AHA Executive Summary (http://circ.ahajournals.org/cgi/content/full/122/18_suppl_3/S640): "The newest development in the 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC is a change in the basic life support (BLS) sequence of steps from "A-B-C" (Airway, Breathing, Chest compressions) to "C-A-B" (Chest compressions, Airway, Breathing) for adults and pediatric patients (children and infants, excluding newly borns). Although the experts agreed that it is important to reduce time to first chest compressions, they were aware that a change in something as established as the A-B-C sequence would require re-education of everyone who has ever learned CPR."
Be sure to maintain proper training as there are other important changes to the guidelines in addition to C-A-B.
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