The Best Way To Quit Smoking
July 10, 2018 7:08pm CST
I've been smoking for almost three decades and I'll be honest I've tried to stop it for so many times but I've always failed. I am smoking more than a pack a day, that's 20 plus stick of cigarettes. Right now, I am thinking to stop again because the price of cigarettes now is so high and of course I am expecting my second child. But definitely it is not an easy vision since cigarette become a big part of my life and already heavily imbued in my system. For those who have stopped smoking, what did you do to quit your smoking habit? To all, please give me an awesome advice. Thank You. Good day/night to everyone.
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• United States
I had nothing but the bad things that I had not noticed to help me. I got a whiff of my coat which was not acceptable. I put my coat in the cleaners and that was it. I refused to spend money to smoke another day that would ease my burden on debt. I began saving the packs and tracking the spending. As I added up the packs it was over $200 a month. They are over $13 a pack here. So I said it was a fight for my budget and it won. I put my pack in the freezer and kept reminding myself that it was the last I was going to spend a dime on.
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• Banks, Oregon
The way I started was limiting myself to one only in the morning and, eventually decided I didn't need them at all. I was also working out hard during these times though and, studying the bible. So, God greatly helped me quit.
• Svalbard And Jan Mayen
Go cold turkey, and while you're at it, eat the turkey too. Ha, OK bad joke. I don't know because I don't smoke. Just paste a patch or something. Eat more, jog, get a hobby, anything. If all else fail, just look for the turkey.
• United States
I can't offer real advice. my husband smokes and I nag him about it daily. I keep telling him that each cig is equal to about 4 minutes of lost life... does he want that time to be a wedding or a high school graduation he misses? it hasn't worked to get him to quit. :(