In a world of catch phrases, sustainable living takes the cake. If people were to genuinely attempt to live in a sustainable manner, we would quickly see the fall of the human race. We’ve gotten so far from the old ways we wouldn’t even know how to raise our own food or make our own clothes to any degree of success. Yet we are really quick to talk about it. So, let’s face it, sustainable living means living healthy too.

It’s amazing that people interested in sustainable living would actually be searching for the best air purifiers for tobacco smoke. Surely that kind of pollution is not contributing to the health and well-being of the person gung-ho about living sustainably. Yeah, getting the air clean is a good way to live longer, but if you’re steadily inhaling all the toxins associated with cigarette smoking then you might as well save your money on the purifier. It’s not going to be able to clean out your lungs. That’s for sure.

So, while we’re on the topic of smoking, let’s look at some ways to get it out of your life and live a far healthier, more readily sustainable version!

Sustainable Living Means Living Healthy Too

Quit Smoking to Sustain Your Own Existence

Smoking is a hard habit to break. It gets its claws into you and ripping yourself free seems so undoable that many times people won’t even try to quit. But, if you are hoping to move towards a sustainable future, you should probably consider your own. There is a myriad of methods available to quit smoking so we’ll remind you of some of them here:

  • Cold turkey– You have undoubtedly heard about this method. It involves you looking at that last cigarette and deciding, “No, I’m not taking another drag after this one. I am done.” Then you just never buy another pack, or bum another cigarette from a well-meaning friend. You just stop. This was our personal method of quitting, but we understand that not everyone can do this.
  • Hypnosis– Although we don’t actually believe this works, there are tons of people who swear by it. It involves the assistance of a hypnotist who will put certain suggestions in your head. Things like, “When you want a cigarette you will suddenly feel very nauseous.” Then, once out of the hypnotic state you realize that smoking makes you nauseous and therefore it no longer appeals to you.
  • Aversion therapy– This is an interesting concept and it is probably not actively utilized in conjunction with people who are desirous of kicking the habit. But it certainly brings some interesting potential. The concept behind aversion therapy is that whenever you do something that you are trying to stop doing, there’s an instant pain or unpleasant sensation associated with it. For example, you’ll see people in anger management classes snapping rubber bands on their wrists as a means of recognizing and controlling their anger issues. Learn more.
  • Medication– We kind of see that as a last resort because exchanging one chemical for another just doesn’t sit well with us when it comes to sustaining our health. But you can get aids for smoking cessation in pill and patch form. You probably already knew that.

Our dad tried the gum too, but then he was just addicted to that. And changing from one addiction to another really doesn’t solve the problem. If you need more help read this.