Persistence is Key

Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | May 28 2015



“Keep trying it took me 3 times before my quit became permanent.  I used the patch but the biggest thing is that YOU HAVE TO WANT TO !!  GOOD LUCK !!  If you FAIL, KEEP TRYING !!!”  Bob K. | Renfrew, PA, USA

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Ice Age

Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | May 19 2015



“Instead of chewing gum or eating candy during cravings, I sucked on ice chips.  this really helped me because I tried eating candy but after a while I was full of sugar and still craving a cig, this way I didnt get full and I kept my mouth busy.”  Sarah R. | Anderson, CA, USA

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Jumping Jacks

Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | May 7 2015



“If I want a cigarette, I make myself do 100 jumping jacks. I really don’t want one after that!”  Tip from: Allison E. | Murrayville, GA, USA

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Stop Thinking!

Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Apr 30 2015



“I think you should first relax your mind and think about when you never smoked a cigarette, and breathe in out. I prefer to just not to think about smoking, but that is crazy because it drives you crazy when trying to quit.  So keep trying this step over, and over to you get it right. Quitting smoking is like when you first tried to ride a bike, so just keep on trying. Try some quit tea and relax your mind and go walk in your community and think how quitting smoking would make you feel healthy…

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E-Cigarette Use Triples Among Middle and High School Students

Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Apr 24 2015

Rhiannon Griffith-Bowman smokes an e-cigarette in San Rafael, Calif.

The CDC reported that e-cigarette use has tripled among middle and high school students, it’s use has even surpassed traditional cigarette use for these age groups.  The biggest concern associated with this sudden and enormous increase, is that these are young men and women whose brains are still developing and nicotine has been shown to affect brain development.  There is an increased likelihood that these teens will switch to traditional cigarettes in the future which will basically undo…

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