Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Dec 31 2013
“Eat lots of hard candy, use a rubber band to fiddle with, and try to stay away from caffeine.” -Pamela C. | Middletown, Ohio, USA
Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Dec 26 2013
Quitting smoking is notoriously difficult. Yet doctors say that they know more now than ever about the best strategies for kicking the habit. More products and services are available, too.
People have more choices today than ever about how to develop a “quit plan” that works, Glynn says. Developing a plan is essential, he says, given the strength of nicotine addiction.
Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Dec 17 2013
“Buy a different type kind of cigarette each time you shop. If it’s not what you are used to, and like, you won’t want it so much.” -Sherri J. | Spring Hill, FL, USA
Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Dec 13 2013
MONDAY, Dec. 9, 2013 (HealthDay News)—There’s good news for people trying to quit smoking: Aids such as nicotine gums and patches or smoking cessation drugs such as Chantix won’t harm the heart.
The new findings may ease concerns that some products that help people “butt out” may pose a threat to heart health, the researchers noted.
Posted By: QuitSmoking.com Staff | Dec 10 2013
“Decide you are quitting and don’t use the words “trying to quit” any longer. If you are trying you can make excuses but when you commit to quit you can do it! When I quit, I kept an open pack of cigarettes in a drawer because I knew this way I would never get that scared and panicky feeling that I couldn’t have a cigarette (like when a smoker runs out and the store is closed) and instead it always remained my choice to keep the quit. I’m so happy with my decision to quit and I wish I…