Quit Smoking Tips
A bad mood is the second most common relapse reason. Use fresh air, a friend, a smile or exercise to improve your mood.
Certain places and situations will be trigger factors: try to change your routines until the initial temptations have passed.
Be prepared for peak craving times with coping strategies and distractions. Try texting a friend to keep your hands busy.
What do you spend on cigarettes per week? Multiply this figure by 52 for your annual savings, and look forward to a Florida vacation on the proceeds.
10 minutes of activity (eg walking up the stairs) during your work break means you get a workout AND resist temptation!
Find your own reasons to quit. Don't let other people talk you into it find a real, personal reason to quit.
Have supports in place. Medication, patches, breathing exercises and gum are all aids to lean on when cravings are bad.
Find someone to tell you OFTEN that they are glad you aren't smoking. If you're a social person this helps A LOT.
When you want to smoke, find something to do for 5 minutes. Many times, the urge will go away for a while, helping you to cut back.
Tell the whole world that you decided to quit smoking. Post it on Facebook & Twitter. It can motivate you because you don't wanna betray yourself.