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The harm that smoking can bring to your family at the same time is not to be underestimated. It is difficult to quit smoking, but if you are determined to have perseverance, smoking cessation is not too much. Successful smoking cessation is of great help to the family or the financial side.
Remember, smoking cessation will stop all day. Quitting smoking is a process, not an event.
Do not smoke. Even if the smoking cessation process is not going well, you should continue to implement your plan. If you compromise, smoke a whole day, keep a gentle mood and forgive yourself. This day may be very difficult, reminding yourself that quitting smoking is a long and difficult process, and don't suck again the next day.
Try to avoid relapse. But even if you relapse, quit smoking as soon as possible. Learn the lesson and you will handle it better in the future.
Seek support. Your relatives and friends are your strong support for your smoking cessation journey. Tell them your goals and let them help you. You can ask them not to smoke or give you a cigarette near you. You can also seek their encouragement and reminders when you have a craving.
Get professional help. Behavioral therapy combined with medication can increase your chances of successful smoking cessation. If you have tried to quit smoking on your own, but the situation is repeated, maybe you should consider getting professional help. Your family doctor can tell you about medications.
The therapist can help you throughout your smoking cessation process. Cognitive behavioral therapy can change your thoughts and attitudes about smoking. The therapist can also teach you some tips for quitting smoking or help you get to know new ideas about quitting smoking.
If you want to quit smoking, think carefully. Nicotine is very addictive and must be determined to quit. Ask yourself if the non-smoking life is more attractive to you than to continue smoking. If your answer is yes, then you have a clear reason to quit smoking. In doing so, when the process of withdrawal becomes difficult, you also have an important reason to support yourself to continue to quit.
Think about how smoking affects your life: health, looks, lifestyle, and the people you love. Ask yourself if smoking cessation can benefit these people.
Determine why you want to quit smoking. Write a list of reasons for quitting smoking. This can help you make more clear decisions about quitting smoking. If you want to relapse later, take a look at this list.
For example, you can write on your list: I want to quit smoking, so that I can run, I can play football with my son, it will be more energetic, watching my youngest grandson get married, or save a lot of money.
Be prepared to have symptoms of nicotine withdrawal. Cigarettes are an effective form of delivering nicotine to the body. When you quit smoking, you may become more likely to smoke, anxiety, loss, headache, nervousness or exhaustion, increased appetite, weight gain, and poor concentration.
In the face of reality, you may need to quit a few times to succeed. About 4.5 million Americans take nicotine in different ways, but only 5% of them can successfully quit at one time.
Choose the day of the implementation plan. Choosing a start date can help increase the structure of the plan. For example, you can choose an important day, birthday or holiday, or you can choose a day you like.
The days will be within 2 weeks. This way you have enough time to prepare and you won't feel a lot of pressure. Too much pressure can cause relapse.
Preparation for the eve of smoking cessation. Wash the sheets and clothes and wash off the smell of smoke. Throw away the ashtrays, cigarettes and folks at home. Make sure you have enough sleep, and adequate sleep helps reduce stress.
Always remember your smoking cessation plan, take a handwritten version with you, or make a note on your mobile phone. You can also read the list of reasons for quitting smoking frequently.