Smoker’s cough: Symptoms, Causes and Cure

What causes smoker's cough?

What is a smoker’s cough? It is a persistent cough usually lasting for more than 2 to 3 weeks that develops in chronic smokers. This is not something similar to what you experience during an upper respiratory tract infection. If you are not a heavy smoker you may develop a dry cough initially, but with… Continue Reading


Quick Tips on Controlling Nicotine, Caffeine and Alcohol Intake

Call it an urge, a craving, an impulse – whatever. You ingest many substances based on temptation. Your body gives a signal if it needs or wants something and your task is to satisfy it. The entire process may not involve your conscious mind!





Enhance Your Knowledge About Electronic Cigarettes

For those who smoke there is something new in the market and that might interest them as well, the thing about which I am talking is termed as something smokeless cigarette or the electronic cigarette.