By H. Winter Griffith
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If someone introduced a product onto the market now that was addictive, removed oxygen from your blood, caused blood 26 Heart Health – the ‘at your fingertips’ guide clotting, heart attacks and lung cancer, do you think they would get a licence? I have heard a lot about Zyban. Does it help stop smoking and how does it work? Zyban is the trade name for the drug buproprion. It is a drug used to treat depression but it was also found to help people stop smoking. How it does this is unclear but it seems to reduce the urge for nicotine and is effective for some people.
Would exercise help me to give up smoking? Exercise is very helpful. It not only improves your overall physical condition, but it is also a great way of relieving stress and improving your mood. It takes your mind off cigarettes as well as helping to control your appetite and weight. Before you exercise, practise deep breathing and repeat this as you cool down afterwards. Dynamic exercise is best and this includes walking as briskly as possible, cycling, swimming and playing tennis or golf (see Chapter 10).
I am 46 and sometimes feel odd sensations in my chest. Are these to do with my heart? How will I know if I have a heart problem? The main symptoms people get are: • chest pain • breathlessness • palpitations • blackouts (less commonly). If your heart muscle weakens, then you may feel tired or ‘washed out’, feeling as though you have ‘heavy legs’ or thinking ‘everything is an effort’. Of course, there may be other causes for these symptoms and your doctor will be able to sort them out. What is the commonest heart problem for me to watch out for?