We have listed out some of the top quit smoking tips:
For motivation, you need to discover a powerful reason to quit! It may be to protect your family and friends, to save money or to lower your chances of getting lung cancer, heart diseases or simple to lead a healthier life. Choose a reason that is strong enough and outweighs your urge to some again.
Consider NRT
NRT stands for Nicotine Replacement Therapy which is a medically approved way to consume nicotine by means other than tobacco. Nicotine Replacement Therapy has been proven that control the urges to smoke when you decide to quit smoking. Nicotine patches, gums, and lozenges are the different types of NRT.
Learn About Prescription Pills
Medications are known to control your urges and may reduce the satisfaction you get when you pick up a cigarette. Other drugs can comfort withdrawal symptoms, such as depressions or problems with concentration.
Take a Break
Nicotine is highly addictive and one of the most commonly abused drugs. You need to take a break from smoking and relax. You can start physical exercises, tune in to your favorite music, connect with friends, treat yourself to a message.
Avoid Triggers
When you continue to drink alcohol, it is difficult to stick to your no-smoking goal. In the same way, if you are habitual to smoke when you drink tea, try switching to coffee for a few weeks.
Start Cleaning
Once you have taken the last puff, dump all your ashtrays and lighters. Wash all your clothes that smell like smoke, and clean your carpets, and freshen your room. You can also use air fresheners to get rid of that familiar scent. If you had the habit of smoking in your car, make it a point to clean it out too. You do not want to see or smell anything that reminds you of smoking.

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