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1. 5 Tips To Quit Smoking – (347 Words)
2. Think Of Yourself As A Non-Smoker – (311 Words)
3. Let Other People Know That You’ve Quit – (300 Words)
4. Don’t Scrap The Whole Plan If You Slip-Up – (290 Words)
5. Change Your Lifestyle – (281 Words)
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As anyone who smokes or has ever smoked knows, smoking is extremely addictive. Besides having to deal with the physical addiction to nicotine, smokers also have to deal with a social component: unlike most other additive drugs, smoking is entirely legal and in many cases socially acceptable. Quitting smoking is difficult, and requires persistence and willpower. Here are 5 tips to quit smoking.
Many attempts to quit smoking fail because people don’t adequately prepare themselves for the task at hand. You will be undertaking a major change in your lifestyle and habits, and you have to be ready for it. To ensure a batter chance at success, you have to be ready to quit smoking. You have to reach a point where you truly and deeply want to quit – if you are at hesitant about the idea there’s a good chance your attempt to quit will fail.
Before you actually attempt to stop smoking, try and make as many changes to your smoking habits as possible. Much of the addiction to smoking has to do with routines and habits, so even small changes can make a big difference when trying to break the habit.
Try things like switching to a brand of cigarettes you don’t particularly like. Also try and change the times of day that you smoke, or smoke with your other hand. Make a rule for yourself that you can’t do anything else – read, use the computer – while you are smoking. This will make you much more aware of what exactly you are doing when you smoke, which is easy to avoid if you incorporate smoking into other activates you enjoy.
Basically, you should be trying to truly mess up your smoking habits as preparation before you quit smoking. By taking steps to try and make the experience stranger, you replicate how a non-smoker feels. Remember, after all, that there was a time in your life when you didn’t smoke, and the act of smoking seemed strange and uncomfortable.
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