Smoking Contributes To Bone Fracture & Osteoporosis |Akridge & Akridge Chiropractic
You probably know that smoking increases your risk for cardiovascular disease, but did you know that it can also contribute to osteoporosis and bone fracture as you get older?
Smokers can improve their chances of quitting with these tips:
- Ask former smokers what worked for them
- Try counseling nicotine replacement therapy
- Avoid being around smoking situations
- Call the national quitline at 1-800-QUIT-NOW
- Replace smoking with healthier habits like exercise, rest, & healthy eating.