Today has been 9 months since I smoked a cig, so i thought instead of my daily vlog, I would talk about how I quit smoking cigarettes and what I thought was …
Your family doesn’t want you to smoke. Your physician probably urges you to also. Even people who don’t care about you, like insurance, will support you in quitting. Why are you still puffing away, then? The time is here, so keep reading for tips to help you quit smoking.
You may wish to join a support group when you decide to stop smoking. When you are around people who are going through the same things you are, they can help you with the physical and emotional challenges associated with quitting. These types of people can be a great backbone that can help you quit, and get through this. You can find support groups in places like recreational centers, churches, or community colleges.
Rest is important when quitting smoking. If you stay up late, it may increase cigarette cravings. This is also an easier time to sneak in a cigarette. By sleeping restfully at least eight hours every night, your mental faculties will be more acute and you’ll have more willpower to overcome your cravings.
Your doctor can help you quit smoking. There are a number of prescription medicines that will make quitting easier, including, a few anti-depressant medications. Your doctor can also help refer you to support groups and other resources you can utilize to ensure that you succeed in quitting.
Would switching brands help you in your goal? Switching a brand to a taste you dislike may turn you off cigarettes altogether. Smoke them as you would your normal brand and inhale them the same. You will enjoy smoking less. This will help you get started on the path to becoming a nonsmoker.
Now you’re well equipped with the information you need to kick the habit for good. Quitting smoking will make you happier, healthier, and it will help extend your life. Take the money you are saving and treat your family for supporting you; they deserve it!