Quit-meds have been shown to delay weight gain in some people when they quit, but only for the time they are on the meds. The average smoker gains less than 10 pounds when they quit. It is important to initiate healthy eating and exercise patterns to maintain your weight long-term.
Articles in this section
- Will I always be addicted to nicotine?
- How soon after quitting will my health improve?
- Will I see positive benefits of quitting right away?
- Should I avoid alcohol at first?
- How do I stay motivated?
- How do I take care of myself?
- How do I keep my hands busy?
- Can exercise diminish cravings?
- Should I avoid my smoking friends?
- How do I survive social events without smoking?