There are many ways to quit smoking and resources to help. Family members, friends and coworkers may be supportive, but to succeed, you must have the desire to quit.
Most people who have been able to successfully quit smoking made at least one unsuccessful attempt in the past. Try not to view past attempts to quit as failures, but rather as learning experiences.
Quitting smoking or quit using snuff smoking is not difficult, but anyone can do it.
Know the symptoms to expect when you stop consuming snuff. Common symptoms include:
An intense craving for nicotine.
Anxiety, tension, restlessness, frustration or impatience.
Drowsiness or trouble sleeping.
Increased appetite and weight gain.
Irritability or depression.
The severity of symptoms depends on how long you smoked. The number of cigarettes smoked per day also plays a role.
DO YOU FEEL READY TO QUIT?
First set the date to start and stop smoking completely on that day. Before that date, you can begin to reduce cigarette smoking, but remember that there is no safe level of consumption of snuff.
List the reasons why you want to leave the snuff. Include benefits in both the short and long-term.
Identify the times you are most likely to smoke. For example, do you tend to smoke when stressed? When out at night with friends? Where are you drinking coffee or alcohol? When you are bored? When are you driving? ¿Immediately after a meal or having sex? During a break at work? ¿While watching TV or playing cards? When you are with other smokers?
Tell all your friends, family and co-workers plan to quit smoking and start date. It can help the fact that they know so you will happen, especially when you are grumpy.
Get rid of all cigarettes just before the date that you will quit and clean everything smells like smoke, such as clothes and furniture.
MAKE A PLAN
Make a plan for what you will do instead of smoking at those times when you are most likely to smoke.
Be as specific as possible. For example, I drink tea instead of coffee, because tea may not trigger the desire for a cigarette, or take a walk when you feel stressed.
Remove ashtrays and cigarettes from the car in Place pretzels or hard candies. Pretend-smoke with a straw in his mouth.
Find activities that occupy her hands and mind, but not as stressful or fattening. Computer games, solitaire, knitting, sewing and crossword puzzles may help.
If you normally smoke after eating, find other ways to end a meal. Place a cassette or CD, eat a piece of fruit, get up and make a call or take a walking tour (a good distraction that also burns calories).
CHANGE YOUR LIFESTYLE
Make other changes to your lifestyle . Change your daily schedule and habits. Eat at different times or eat several small meals instead of three large ones. Sit in a different chair or even in a different room.
Satisfy your oral habits in different ways. Eat celery or another low-calorie snack. Chew sugarless gum or suck on a cinnamon stick.
Go to public places and restaurants where smoking is prohibited or restricted.
Eat regular meals and do not eat too much candy or sweets.
Exercise more. Walk or bike. Exercise helps relieve the urge to smoke.
SET SOME GOALS
Set goals to quit smoking in the short-term and reward yourself when you reach them. Every day, put in a jar money you normally spend on cigarettes. Then buy something you like.
Try not to think about all the days ahead where you will need to refrain from smoking. Take things one day at a time.
Even one puff or one cigarette will make the desire for more cigarettes stronger. However, it is normal to make mistakes. While smoking a cigarette, do not need to smoke next