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What's Your Advice on How To Quit Smoking?

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Do not hang around other people who smoke for a few months when you start. You may think you are strong and may even say no to them but it will be on your mind all the time and you will slip up.
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To successfully quit smoking, you’ll need to address both the addiction and the habits and routines that go along with it.
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For everyone who smokes, there are certain triggers that cause you to crave cigarettes more than you would in most situations. For some people, that trigger is a stressful situation. For others, they simply have a set time and place where they smoke, perhaps when they are on break from work or when they are talking on the phone.
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I used the patch years ago. It worked well for me. But its an overall lifestyle change.
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Some of my family members smoked and they used the e-cigs and vapors to quite. I have always smoke on and off but quite cold turkey every time. Now I haven't smoked in 15 years!
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Whether you’re a teen smoker or a lifetime pack-a-day smoker, quitting can be tough. But the more you learn about your options and prepare for quitting, the easier the process will be. With the right game plan tailored to your needs, you can break the addiction, manage your cravings, and join the millions of people who have kicked the habit for good.
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Kick the habit early. If you are a teenager or in your twenties do everything you can to quit now. Life if usually less stressful earlier in life making it easier to quit smoking.
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Kick the habit early. If you are a teenager or in your twenties do everything you can to quit now. Life if usually less stressful earlier in life making it easier to quit smoking.
Absolutely. I wish I had never started it was so hard to quit. Sweats and over eating where two of the biggest things that got me.
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An urge to smoke lasts less than five minutes. Every time you feel an urge, find something else to do (preferably something you enjoy), and your urges will come less frequently. This is how you will succeed in deprogramming yourself.
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Quitting smoking cold turkey. Systematically decreasing the number of cigarettes you smoke. Reducing your intake of nicotine gradually over time. Using nicotine replacement therapy or non-nicotine medications to reduce withdrawal symptoms.
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Many people don't quit smoking because they think it's too hard, and it's true that for most people quitting isn't easy. After all, the nicotine in cigarettes is a powerfully addictive drug. But with the right approach, you can overcome the cravings.
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Medicines can curb cravings and may also make smoking less satisfying if you do pick up a cigarette. Other drugs can ease withdrawal symptoms, such as depression or problems with concentration.
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Why do you want to quit smoking? Knowing why you want to quit is an important step in the process of quitting. Check out some common reasons people have for quitting smoking and start thinking about your most important reason.

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Remember this good news! More than half of all adult smokers have quit, and you can, too.c Millions of people have learned to face life without a cigarette. Quitting smoking is the single most important step you can take to protect your health and the health of your family.
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To get motivated, you need a powerful, personal reason to quit. It may be to protect your family from secondhand smoke. Or lower your chance of getting lung cancer, heart disease, or other conditions. Or to look and feel younger. Choose a reason that is strong enough to outweigh the urge to light up.
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