#NoSmokingDay

10 March.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Smokers who want to let go of the habit but are seriously addicted to nicotine use the gum. (Photo Credit: Unsplash)

  • Nicotine gum usually comes  in dosages of 2 and 4 milligrams
  • The smoker has complete control over the gum and can pop one in whenever there is a craving
  • If swallowed, it could cause an upset stomach, dizziness or nausea

10 March.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Drinking a lot of water helps to avoid the urge of smoking. (Photo Credit: Pixabay)

  • No Smoking Day is celebrated across the world on the second Wednesday of March every year
  • Many home remedies have proved to be effective such as consumption of radish and valerian
  • Cayenne pepper, mulethi, grapeseed extract and ginseng are also few good remedies 

10 March.New Delhi, Delhi, India
No Smoking Day falls on the second Wednesday of March every year. (Photo Credit: Representational Image/ Pixabay)

  • The first No Smoking Day was celebrated on Ash Wednesday in 1984 in the United Kingdom
  • The main aim of the day is to spread awareness about the harmful affects of smoking 
  • Most countries in the world have the minimum purchase age set at 18