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Tobacco chewing
Hi all, am writing behalf of my father he is 60 years old,he has a habit of chewing tobacco for many years (15 ), i can see his teeth get changed , iam lot worried about his condition , i request someone please suggest medicine or treatment to cure this am ready for anykind of treatment.
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i have best remedy for this
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Here are some ways that help  to resist the urge to smoke *. Try nicotine replacement therapy Short-acting nicotine replacement therapies — such as nicotine gum, lozenges, nasal sprays or inhalers — can help you overcome intense cravings. *. Avoid triggers Identify your trigger situations and have a plan in place to avoid them entirely or get through them without smoking . Don't set yourself up for a smoking relapse. If you usually smoked while you talked on the phone, for instance, keep a pen and paper nearby to occupy yourself with doodling rather than smoking. *. Delay If you feel like you're going to give in to your smoke craving, tell yourself that you must first wait 10 more minutes — and then do something to distract yourself for that period of time. *. Chew on it Give your mouth something to do to fight a smoking  craving. Chew on sugarless gum or hard candy, or munch on raw carrots, celery, nuts or sunflower seeds — something crunchy and satisfying. *. Don't have 'just one' You might be tempted to have just one cigarette to satisfy a tobacco craving. But don't fool yourself into believing that you can stop there. More often than not, having just one leads to another— and you may end up using it  again. *. Get physical Physical activity can help distract you from tobacco cravings and reduce their intensity. Even short burst of physical activity — such as running up and down the stairs a few times — can make a tobacco craving go away. Get out for a walk or jog. If you're stuck at home or the office, try squats, deep knee bends, pushups, running in place, or walking up and down a set of stairs. If physical activity doesn't interest you, try prayer, needlework, woodwork or journaling. Or do chores for distraction, such as vacuuming or filing paperwork. *. Practice relaxation techniques Smoking may have been your way to deal with stress. Resisting a tobacco craving can itself be stressful. Take the edge off stress by practicing relaxation techniques, such as deep-breathing exercises, muscle relaxation, yoga, visualization, massage or listening to calming music. *. Call for reinforcements Touch base with a family member, friend or support group member for help in your effort to resist a tobacco craving. Chat on the phone, go for a walk together, share a few laughs, or get together to commiserate about your cravings. *. Go online for support Join an online stop-smoking program. Or read a quitter's blog and post encouraging thoughts for someone else who might be struggling with tobacco cravings. Learn from how others have handled their tobacco cravings. *. Remind yourself of the benefits Write down or say out loud the reasons you want to stop smoking and resist tobacco cravings. These might include: Feeling betterGetting healthierSparing your loved ones from secondhand smokeSaving money Remember, trying something to beat the urge is always better than doing nothing. And each time you resist a tobacco craving, you're one step closer to being totally tobacco-free. Good luck
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Being a cancer specialist, I would like to examine him for any early changes of cancer. We can also work on tobacco cessation.
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Good decision taken . You can chat online so can guide you right. Snaps might need for examination denture. Chat online for consultation and treatment
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