REDWOOD CITY, Calif., March 8, 2018 / — Digital health company Carrot Inc.
Feeling energized by the prospect of a new year? Or maybe overwhelmed by yet another time when you feel like you should quit smoking? Another new year is upon us.
The start of a new year can be a hectic time in wellness. There’s the mad rush around the holidays, closing out the previous calendar year, and gearing up for the next.
If you’ve been smoking for a long time, it may be hard to imagine what your life would be like without cigarettes—all the things you would miss if you were to stop smoking.
How do you really feel about quitting smoking? This isn’t the same as asking if you want to quit, or why you want to.
The second post in this series, “Know Your Patterns,” encouraged you to try to become more aware of how much, when, and why you smoke.
Major change has a way of dominating our thinking. Whether it’s changing jobs, moving into a new apartment, or quitting smoking, we tend to get laser-focused on that one thing. That makes sense.
One of the most important things you can do when thinking about quitting is to identify your reasons for wanting to quit. The important word there isn’t “reasons.” It’s “your.
How many cigarettes do you smoke per day? When are you most likely to smoke? What are your smoking triggers—those unexpected people or events that send you reaching for a cigarette? Maybe you want t…
That’s right. Don’t quit smoking today*. But today is the Great American Smokeout! Isn’t quitting today the whole point? Well, not exactly.
Recent declines in the overall smoking rate in the U.S. are unquestionably a public health victory. But the overall trends mask some geographical differences that can be shocking.
Carrot Inc.’s Bluetooth-enabled mobile device helps users learn how smoking affects their carbon monoxide levels REDWOOD CITY, Calif., October 3, 2017 — Carrot Inc.