There are more than 1.1 billion smokers in the world, and more than 7 million people fall prey to smoking-induced conditions like lung cancer and other respiratory ailments and die each year!! Alarming, isn’t it?
Quitting smoking can be quite a stressful experience, especially for heavy smokers. A recent poll shows that 34% of smokers who plan to quit smoking (as part of a New Year Resolution!) end up continuing to smoke after the first eight days!
You can very well imagine the stress of that!
There is no questioning the adage ‘Smoking kill’. Smoking causes not just immediate but long-term ill-effect on physical activity and stamina, and there is sufficient scientific data to support this fact.
It is a well-known fact that to achieve their peak performance level, our body and all the organs that make it up, need the supply of oxygen-rich blood.
The nicotine and tar in the tobacco, when mixed with the tobacco smoke (that contains carbon monoxide and 4,000-plus other toxins, many of which are carcinogenic), binds to red blood cells causing displacement of oxygen, damage to the alveoli walls and constriction of the blood capillaries within the lungs. These conditions limit the flow of oxygen through the body and cause an increase in the fatigue-generating substance, lactic acid: resultant – a decreased physical endurance, higher than standard resting heart rate, decreased muscle strength, and stamina.
Undoubtedly, scientific researches corroborate the above finding that in smokers, the oxygen delivered to the body cells and the lungs is comparatively much less than non-smokers, thereby greatly increasing their risks of cancer, heart and pulmonary conditions. Not only that smokers have lesser endurance, poorer physical performance and are at a much-enhanced risk of injuries and complications.
While one research suggests how smoking athletes in the 18- & 19-years age group benefit less from training than non-smokers, another study targeting smokers in the 50s and 60s age group reveals the increased incidence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) among them.
It is then no surprise that a recent study by the Glasglow University has gathered substantial evidence that quitting smoking can improve lung capacity and thus the lung function test scores by 15% in less than eight weeks, and therefore, it is best to stop smoking (16).
But, the entire process of quitting is not an easy task.
Every day, our body is subjected to several harmful toxins in our everyday environment – from primary and secondary smoke and pollution to dust particles and allergens. To add to these, our erratic and busy lifestyle and the resulting stress further aggravate our health issues, ultimately bearing down on our body’s natural stamina and endurance.
While along with abstinence from smoking, some lifestyle changes such as a healthy diet and a regular (daily) physical activity regime can have a significantly long-lasting and better outcome; wouldn’t it be great to have an alternative that can help you regain your lost stamina and endurance and keep up with it as well?
Yes, it is possible to regain your stamina even if you are still smoking!
Nature Sure, a popular brand in natural food and health supplements, understands this concern and has found a way to help you naturally rebuild your stamina and endurance by helping your body release more energy and thereby boosting the cellular health and immunity.
As you try and overcome this killer habit, Nature Sure Ganoderma can help reverse some of the damage that smoking has done to your body, boosting your stamina by reducing the oxidative stress in the brain.
Nature Sure Ganoderma, a proprietary naturally strong stamina and endurance-boosting supplement not just promotes health but enhances your longevity and endurance too. Available as capsules, each Nature Sure Ganoderma capsule brings with it a 100% pure, top-grade variety of Ganoderma lucidum, a magical mushroom variety that also goes by the name of Reishi Mushroom or LingZhi, or more popularly the Mushroom of Immortality.
The Reishi mushroom that is the main ingredient of Nature Sure Ganoderma has been a staple medicinal herb in the eastern world since the most extended times (almost over 4000 years now!). Countries like Japan, China, India and Korea have conducted several pre-clinical studies on Ganoderma lucidum (Lingzhi) and have pharmacologically established that the polysaccharides that are found in this herb to be the most potent immuno-modulating herb.
The chemical constituents of this naturally-occurring medicinal herb that include a wide variety of bioactive molecules such as triterpenoids, polysaccharides, phenols, nucleotides, glycoproteins, and peptidoglycans attribute it its medicinal properties. The mushroom is also rich in all the essential amino acids, especially lysine and leucine. Thus, it finds excellent use in strengthening the body’s immune system and increasing endurance against external harmful substances like tobacco smoke that can be detrimental to the body’s stamina.
Scientific studies confirm that one can reduce their fatigue and improve the quality of life significantly after just four weeks of taking Reishi supplements. Further test-tube studies have also exhibited Reishi’s anti-inflammatory effects on the genes and pathways in white blood cells, the critical part of our immune systems. The bio-constituents of Ganoderma lucidum help to regulate the expression of various genes involved in white blood cell cycle, the immune response of the body and thus contribute to increasing the activity of the natural killer cells that fight infections, tumour growth and cancer.
Undoubtedly, Nature Sure™ Ganoderma is the answer to your prayer. So, while you try and quit smoking, start working on your stamina and endurance too. Start using Nature Sure™ Ganoderma.