does any one have any good ideas on stopping smoking?

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6 Responses to “does any one have any good ideas on stopping smoking?”

  1. txdonkeys said:

    The biggest motive to quitting smoking is your actual true desire to do so. There are many aids out there to help but unless you truly want to quit and are committed to do so, nothing will work. I chewed the Nicotine gum but I really wanted to quit so it worked for me. To help with the hand to mouth issue, I ate sunflower seeds and put the hulls in an ash tray. I really wish you much luck because this will probably be the hardest thing you ever do but you CAN do it!

  2. Mary B said:

    My best friend just quit. She really wanted to quit for health reasons, but she did end up using a prescription called Chantix for help. It worked well, she didn’t have any side effects.

    Good luck!

  3. Bullox said:

    Easy just don’t smoke

  4. Helen DDS said:

    First become conscious of when you “need a cigarette” (like needing nicotine vs, boredom vs. stress) While smoking, become aware of when the cigarette has satisfied you, but you keep smoking to finish it. Once you are aware of triggers and satiety, start to cut back. Give yourself a 2, 5, 10 minute delay before you smoke and stop when satisfied. Once you are comfortably back to 1/2 a pack or so, you can either keep reucing or go cold turkey (some cold turkey at 1/4 pack and others just continue to cut back to 1 to 2 cigarettes a day) The risk of getting down to 1 to 2 a day, is that you justify that it’s not much, so you just continue. Set small goals and just keep moving forward even when there are slip ups
    Good luck!!

  5. hezzy_9805 said:

    the best way is to keep your mind off it…now knowing that is one of the hardest things but for example
    most smokers have a cig after they eat something, if you know that is your usually habit try to find something to do after you eat that will keep your mind off of it, continue to do that during other times your sure you’ll want a cig… ask a friend for help.

  6. supermonkey said:

    there’s a book called ‘the easy way to stop somking’ by alan carr, it worked for me and my dad and a few friends of mine. it can be a bit boring to read but it really does change how view smoking if you stick with it. good luck 🙂




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