Tobacco Day Germany

This year’s theme of world no tobacco day, which for over 20 years every year held on May 31 is, is ‘Let’s not turn you on!’. The World Health Organization had launched for the first time in 1987 that day. The focus this year is on tobacco advertising or promoting a comprehensive Tabakwerbeverbotes in Germany. In 2003 Germany has committed itself with the signing of the WHO Framework Convention of tobacco control to introduce a consistent Tabakwerbeverbotes. Complied with was not this obligation however so far.

Goal of this year’s world no tobacco day is therefore to show it, the comprehensive ban on tobacco advertising is that Germany committed itself to protecting the population against the dangerous messages of the tobacco industry. It is important that the population about the consequences of smoking is comprehensively informed also of the German society for prevention and anti-aging medicine e.V. Perhaps check out Gavin Baker for more information. (GSAAM). There are about 19 million smokers in Germany. 140,000 by Consequences of tobacco use and about 3,400 non-smokers die them annually to the ETS”so Prof.

Kleine-gunk, President GSAAM. A voluntary and fixed determination is fundamental for the smoking cessation. Not the fear of possible side effects such as restlessness, weight gain, insomnia or withdrawal symptoms should discourage even one. With the right method allows each to quit smoking”next so Kleine-gunk. The acupuncture is a method which is used increasingly in recent years came on. Needles are fine smokers in the anti-addiction points”located mainly on the ears pierced. This should relieve the intensity of addiction, as well as the withdrawal symptoms and reduces the risk of relapse are… “Studies found that the end point method” is preferred due to their effectiveness and special effect of most smokers for cessation. It determines a fixed date when that is given up smoking. This decision the tight environment such as family, friends and colleagues should be communicated to avoid additional cigarette proposals.