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  1. It has been said that an addiction to nicotine is stronger than being hooked on heroin. Perhaps that one reason why one of the most popular New Year's resolutions is to quit smoking. As a former smoker, I have first-hand knowledge of how hard it can be t
    02-08-2010 by armando69west
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  2. You have set out in a goal to stop smoking, this of course is a great idea, however are you really prepared for the potential consequences. Of course, your health will enjoy a great benefit from the decreased smoking, but your body is going to have a peri
    02-08-2010 by armando69west
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  3. If you are a smoker and you are thinking about quitting, you should make sure you are really ready to stop or else you are setting yourself up to fail.
    05-04-2012 by bondisbond
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  4. What happens when you quit smoking can mean you are prepared to vary your stop smoking plan if you find the course you are on is ineffective.
    28-04-2012 by sanmos
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  5. Smoking is one of the most common causes of many illnesses, most of which are terminal. If anything, one of the main reasons to stop smoking cigarettes should be for the sake of your health. A person’s health is a precious gift that will only be...
    15-05-2012 by antnes2011
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  6. It can help to find another smoker to be your quitting partner. Having someone go through the quitting process with you can make it easier because it will no longer be a struggle that you are going through by yourself.
    24-10-2012 by johs0f14ri
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  7. You should create new routines when you are trying to quit smoking. If you tend to smoke when you are having your first cup of coffee, try reading the news on your phone, instead.
    25-10-2012 by johs0f14ri
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  8. To make quitting smoking seem more straightforward, put the negatives of your smoking habit into numbers. For example, figure out how often you smoke, how many cigarettes you smoke a day and how much it costs you to smoke that much on a daily, monthly and
    04-11-2012 by johs0f14ri
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  9. You may find it beneficial to chew a nicotine gum when you begin your tobacco cessation program. The gum will provide a small dose of nicotine while you become accustomed to life without cigarettes.
    05-11-2012 by johs0f14ri
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  10. While it may be difficult, stay away from other smokers while you are trying to quit, or ask smokers to leave their cigarettes at home for a few weeks when they come to visit. One of the biggest triggers for relapse is simply having the opportunity to smo
    05-11-2012 by johs0f14ri
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