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==== ==== Do you want some help to give up smoking? ==== ==== Every tobacco user is aware of the hazards of their addiction. Have you, in your entire lifetime, ever heard a tobacco user discuss exactly how terrific smoking cigarettes is for their health, or how physically good it makes them feel? Individuals who have never smoked cigarettes are generally unaware of the perils of attempting to give up, but those who have been successful in giving up really can offer some useful guidance. Keep reading for good tips from some who have dealt with their own addiction with success. Ask your doctor about the medication you can use. There have been many advances in the area of smoking cessation. There are so many potential treatments available, including therapy and medications to help you overcome tobacco addiction. Ask your doctor for a recommendation to help you stop smoking once and for all. Artsy folk have found that writing down one's thoughts in a stop-smoking diary can improve the odds of success. Most of the time, people smoke to relax or calm their nerves. Regular journal entries offer a healthier way to work out stress and anxiety. And if you need another incentive, it doesn't cost you anything! Talk to loved ones when you want to stop smoking. Make sure all who are around you on a regular basis are aware that you are taking this very important step. Others can help you stay on track and make you quit once and for all. In addition, you might want to think about obtaining behavior therapy or joining a support group to help you quit. In order to strengthen your resolve to stop smoking, investigate the extremely dangerous impact smoking can have on your health. Look at photographs of diseased hearts and lungs, gums destroyed by smoking and tumors after they have been removed. You can also look at memorial pages for people who have passed on thanks to cigarettes. If your willpower is weakening and you are about to reach for your favorite tobacco product, pick up the phone a call somebody for support. Whether you call a supportive friend or a relative, reach out to someone and share what you are feeling. The time you spend in conversation with them on the phone will provide a nice distraction so your craving has time to pass, and you will realize you aren't alone in this whole process. Stay on top of knowing when your body will crave nicotine. When are you most likely to want to smoke? If you know what causes you to crave a cigarette, you'll be able to avoid those situations and butt out for good. Buy a bag of lollipops to help you quit smoking. Whenever you crave a smoke, suck on a lollipop instead. Your hand can have something to hold, similar to when you have a cigarette. The candy on the lollipop simultaneously keeps your mouth occupied. By keeping your mouth and hand occupied, you'll start to lose the craving for a cigarette.

After you commit to quit, spend your cigarette money on bottled water. This will force you to hold onto something during the day, so that you do not have cigarettes. The extra water is also helpful in flushing smoking-related toxins out of your body. You can save the money you spend on bottled water when you have moved past your physiological cravings. What works for one person may not work for another. It's not impossible to stop smoking. You can make good progress by following the tips here and finding positive support and motivation. Try them out and you might be pleasantly surprised.

==== ==== Do you want some help to give up smoking? ==== ====

Quitting Smoking Is Tough  
Quitting Smoking Is Tough  

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