It may not be easy to quit, but it helps to have support along the way. Below are some ways to help you succeed in your decision to breathe smoke-free.
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Every try counts in your journey to become smoke-free. Try this text message program from SmokeFree.gov to build the skills and confidence you need to stop smoking. You’ll receive texts with challenges and tips to keep you on track. You haven’t failed as long as you keep trying.Download the app
Quitting smoking is difficult! Congratulations for taking that important step. Use this craving journal to help you identify times of the day, activities, and/or moods or feelings that trigger your personal cigarette cravings. Finding out what triggers your cigarette craving can make it easier to avoid these types of situations in the future. Download and print this craving journal help keep you on the path to quit smoking for good.Craving Journal
If you are pregnant, it is important to quit in order to keep your baby healthy. SmokefreeMOM is a mobile text messaging program that provides 24/7 tips, advice, and encouragement to help pregnant women quit smoking. If you would like to learn more about SmokefreeMOM take a look at the information below.SmokefreeTXT
SmokefreeTXT is a mobile text messaging service designed for adults and young adults across the United States who are trying to quit smoking. The program was created to provide 24/7 encouragement, advice, and tips to help smokers quit smoking and stay quit.
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1. Set a quit date. Within two weeks from now, choose a week day less stressful, and mark your calendar – i.e., anniversary date to remember for years to come.
2. Keep a smoking diary for a few days. Write down why and when you smoke, as well as what you are feeling every time you light up.
3. Practice the 4 D’s- Delay the urge to smoke by deep breathing, drinking water, doing something else. Most urges last three to five minutes.
4. Place cigarettes in a difficult place, like in the garage or on top of your refrigerator.
5. Smoke with the opposite hand, which will make it awkward to smoke again.
6. Switch to a brand you don’t like.
7. Cut down the number of cigarettes you smoke each day.
8. Get rid of all your lighters and other items that make smoking easier.
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