Quit Smoking Tip

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I have recently quit after massive smoking for 20 years and the tip is every day u face a breaking point for a moment thinking one last smoke. U have to control that point of time just for 5 seconds

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    Here are four steps you can take to handle quit day and be confident about being able to stay quit.

    1. Make a Quit Plan:

    Having a plan can make your quit day easier. A quit plan gives you ways to stay focused, confident, and motivated to quit. 

    2. Stay Busy:

     Keeping busy is a great way to stay smokefree on your quit day. Being busy will help you keep your mind off smoking and distract you from cravings.

    3. Avoid Smoking :

    TriggersTriggers are the people, places, things, and situations that set off your urge to smoke. On your quit day, try to avoid all your triggers.

    4. Stay Positive:

    Quitting smoking is difficult. It happens one minute…one hour…one day at a time. Try not to think of quitting as forever. Pay attention to today and the time will add up. It helps to stay positive.


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    I understand you and wish you luck with it. I know it is really hard to quit smoke. I did it a few years ago with moving to vape and I must say it helped me a lot. Because it is less harmful, I can use different types of juices, it doesn`t smell bad. You can read some articles about that with different guides or facts about quitting smoking today which could motivate you to stop that today https://vapingdaily.com/smoking-vs-vaping/.

    Just be patient and one day you will feel you don`t need any cigarette anymore!

    Wish you luck! 


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    give up smoking

    1. Make a Quit Plan

    2. Stay Busy

    3. Avoid Smoking 

    4. Stay Positive

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