We welcome your questions and comments about MIA products.
There are a couple of smoking effects on a woman’s body that it’s vital to know for women who are planning a pregnancy.
How to quit smoking
Research has shown simply quitting is not enough to eliminate the risks associated with exposure to cigarettes. Many women are exposed to second-hand smoke from friends and family members or the residue cigarettes leave behind. These types of indirect contact with cigarettes can also have detrimental effects on your health.
If you're not pregnant yet, choose a quit date that works for you. If you are pregnant, stop smoking right away. If you can't stop yet, try to cut down as much as you can. Talk to your doctor about a program that can help you stop smoking.
Get rid of your cigarettes, ashtrays, and lighters. Clean your house and clothes to get rid of the smoke smell.
If you live with someone who smokes, discuss quitting together. If this is not an option, talk to the person(s) about not smoking around you. When you can, avoid places where others are smoking.
Stay healthy and keep logging your data with the MIA app.