Got a smoke?
C’mon, gimme a smoke.
Okay then, I guess there’s no point in asking for a light.
You know what. Now that I’ve been off the cigs for a while, I feel marvelous!
Start your stop smoking plan with START
S = Set a quit date.
T = Tell family, friends, and co-workers that you plan to quit.
A = Anticipate and plan for the challenges you’ll face while quitting.
R = Remove cigarettes and other tobacco products from your home, car, and work.
T = Talk to your doctor about getting help to quit.
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I think there are some medicines are there for quit smoking. But quit smoking suddenly is impossible for chain smokers. so as a chain smoker you just try to reduce the number of cigarettes you used to smoke per day.
I would like to tell you something of how I had quit smoking,
I used Nicorette Gum that allows you to actively control how much nicotine you use and when you use it.
I used Low Strength 2mg Gum: Since it is Suitable for those who smoke 20 cigarettes a day or less. And I use to smoke approx 12 cigarettes a day.
And so with the 12 Week Nicotine Replacement Plan of Nicorette I quit smoking. Today it;s been almost more than 6months and I don’t get any cravings.
Thanks and cheers to Nicorette for helping me and others like me. nicorette.in/successful-quitting
Smoking doesn’t give any good benefits to us, yes it can give a little pleasure for a short period of time but we will suffer for the consequences for a long time or lifetime. As much as possible, we should avoid cigarettes, if we cannot handle addiction, better not to involve ourselves to it.
A lot of smokers these days are vaping instead of puffing on cigarettes.
Check out: www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOuwgTKMzqE
E-cig smokers need to check this out! At present, “Popcorn Lung” is incurable.
I was able to successfully quit smoking with NicoDerm. I only used their “Step 1” patches though. When I started my cessation odyssey, I just used them the regular way by sticking one of them somewhere on the left side of my chest or on my left arm.
After doing that for two weeks, I then started to cut them in half. I’d put half of a patch on in the morning, then I’d put the other half on late in the afternoon (about 4 pm). As the weeks and months went by, I’d cut the patches into smaller and smaller pieces. I was wearing just an eighth of a patch for the entire day near the end of my odyssey.
Although I needed to wear a piece of the patch for a little longer than a year and a half, it stopped me from smoking. I haven’t smoked a filthy, poisonous cigarette in well over a decade now. As a result, my life has improved by leaps and bounds.
Nicotine patches are expensive (usually about $30.00 for a box of 7 of them). Therefore, keeping a sufficient supply of nicotine patches around can be quite challenging when you’re trying to kick the habit.
One way to address this is to plan ahead. I did that by pledging to quit 6 months in advance of my actual quit date. I used the 6 months leading up to my quit date to buy as many boxes of patches as I could afford and to psych myself up for my cessation odyssey.