Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
For many Americans, the idea of quitting cigarettes may seem like an insurmountable obstacle, while others may feel the same way about pursuing a healthy exercise routine. According to a recent article from FOX News, the two activities may go hand in hand as researchers have discovered that those attempting to quit smoking are less likely to smoke a cigarette if they exercise when they encounter a craving. While the findings are certainly encouraging for improved national health, those who are disabled may have a harder time finding ways to exercise, and in turn, may find it more difficult to quit smoking. As a company that strives to promote health through improved mobility, The HurryCane™ endorses this study and notes that even walking can be a great way to exercise and get one’s mind off nicotine.
Developed for the elderly and disabled, The HurryCane™ is built from an innovative design that mimics the flexibility of the human body. As a free-standing cane that can tackle a variety of terrains, those who have mobility issues are able to use the product as a way to gain greater independence in their daily lives. The company notes that many individuals who are addicted to cigarettes are also afflicted with mobility complications. Even though they may feel encouraged by the study to pursue exercise as a way to stave off cigarette cravings, it is virtually impossible to exercise in their condition.
The article explains that while the reasons for the reduced cravings are currently unclear, British researchers have found that smokers had a diminished desire to smoke after brief exercise, such as biking or brisk walking. Adrian Taylor who led the study notes, “Certainly, exercise seems to have temporary benefits, and as such can be strongly recommended.”
Courtney Hoefener, HurryCane™ representative responds, “This study provides yet another example of how the activity of power walking can improve our lives. Cigarettes are incredibly addictive, but so is a daily walk. Hopefully once one starts exercising, he or she will never want to stop.” The HurryCane™ encourages all individuals, smokers or non-smokers, to pursue a regular exercise routine that may include walking.
The Hurry Cane™ is the latest innovation in mobility solutions for senior citizens and those who have difficulty walking. With a structure similar to the traditional cane, The Hurry Cane™ features a unique pivot-head design that allows for greater movement and flexibility. It also provides a strong base that allows users to perform tasks with both their hands, without having to worry about their cane falling over. With total approval ratings at a reported 98 percent, many consumers are already sharing their success stories after using this innovative product.
To learn more about The Hurry Cane™, visit http://www.thehurrycane.com.