Title: 10 myths about quitting smoking Woman in kitchen: If I quit smoking I will be even more stressed out and that’ll be even worse for the baby. Title and Voice over woman: This isn’t true! This isn’t true! Smoking is far more damaging to your baby’s health than any stress that comes from quitting. Also it’s the Cravings between cigarettes that make you feel.
Stressed once you quit you won’t have any more Cravings and you will feel a lot less stressed Babies ok down there, it’s in a protective bubble, smoke can’t get in. It’s actually like putting Your baby in a smoke filled room for 15 minutes Your baby Shares your bloodstream.
So over 4,000 chemicals are pumped into your baby’s bloodstream every time you have a cigarette and and their heart struggles to get oxygen Woman on sofa: The baby will be smaller if I smoke which will make birth easier. Title and Voice over woman: A smaller weaker baby will not make birth easier In fact having a smaller premature baby.
Can lead to serious complications and you may have to stay in longer if your baby is poorly If I quit I will get fat, nobody wants that. The best way to avoid weight gain is to Eat healthy snacks also you could go out for a walk instead of a smoke which will make both you and your baby feel healthier and happier.
Breastfeeding when your baby is born will also help you shed the pounds quicker! Woman in cafe: My mum smoked with me, and I’m aright so I don’t really see the problem. Title and Voice over woman: Smoking affects babies in different ways. Voice over woman: Maybe you were One of the lucky ones Smoking when pregnant really is dangerous and is thought to be the cause of.
40% of baby deaths Woman in kitchen: I’m 6 months pregnant it’s too late to quit. Voice over woman: It’s never too late to quit! The sooner you Stop smoking the better. Even stopping in the last few weeks will benefit you and your baby.
Woman in park: i’ll just cut down instead of quitting. Title and Voice over woman: Cutting down is a good first step to giving up but it won’t protect your baby From the harmful effects of cigarettes until you quit Woman on sofa: I smoke shisha, it’s better than cigarettes Title and Voice over woman: Shisha smoking can contain the.
Same nicotine as 10 cigarettes it’s just as harmful To your baby As smoking cigarettes Even Paan Leaf contains elements that can cause Cancer Woman in street: Smoking is me time, I can’t give that up Title and Voice over woman: Quitting is difficult we know. So why not.
Easiest Way to Quit Smoking When Pregnant
What is the easiest way to quit smoking when pregnant? A lot of worse things have been done in the name of the children. Tell yourself that you cant touch a cigarette until after the baby is born. Second hand smoke is bad for babies, too. Well, you just have to get over this hump, the baby bump. In six months or whatever, if you havent touched a cigarette, youve probably broken the habit.
Thats true. i need help quitting, though. Youll want to talk to the before taking any medicine to help you break the habit. Nicotine patches are OK, if it helps stop the cravings. Ive had s say you shouldnt even take headache medicine unless you have to. Nicotine patches are even worse. No, cigarettes are even worse than nicotine patches. Your should be doing everything.
He can to help you quit smoking. A lot of things are now off limits while pregnant. No beer, no wine, no cigarettes. A single glass of wine with dinner, or one beer sitting by the pool wont hurt you. It is the heavy drinking of several beers a day or a bottle of wine that hurts the baby. It seems like everything hurts the baby. And yet there are women with ear phones on their stomachs so the kid can hear Bach.
How does that hurt? s limit the number of ultrasounds to minimize the risk of hearing damage to the kid, and then youre blaring classical music at the kid hours a day. He could go deaf before he could even hear it right. Talk to your if youre afraid of the side effects of various options to quit smoking.
What about my obgyn? ill see her long before i could get into my primary care . Absolutely, she could help. It helps her, since quitting smoking reduces the odds of complications and premature birth. And I get points for being a good mother before I can screw anything up. And save on your health insurance premiums as a nonsmoker, before you have to add on extra costs for a dependent.