Success Tips —Great Ideas from People Who Have Quit

Sage | Pueblo, Colorado, USA


I smoked for 4 years and am finally quitting for good. I found the best thing to have is self-control, and meditation is a great place to start. Find a quiet place and stretch your whole body, head…Continue Reading »

Mashanta W. | Ashville, AL, USA


i read more and i do more activitys spend time with family and friends

Justin W. | Park Hills, MO, USA


i find that if i have gum or hard sugar free candy   i dont think or want a ciggerate as bad .

Linda | Seagoville, Texas, USA


I have smoked for 40 years and in my mind I never thought I could quit. my quit date was not set. in fact I bought a carton of cigarettes the night before. and I smoked as always while on my…Continue Reading »

Susan C. | Marysville, WA, USA


To quit smoking you need to find other ways to occupy your mouth and hands.  One of the best ways for me is sucking on Jolly Rancher candies, although this might not be great for your teeth it sure…Continue Reading »

Lynne L. | Brisbane, QLD, AUS


get hypnosis

Cathey I. | Mesquite, TX, USA


PRAYER really helps. When you get a crave to smoke, exercise helps too.

I like to chew gum, and stay really busy so I won’t have time to think about smoling.

I had a brother pass away from cancer,…Continue Reading »

Debbie L. | Talco, Texas, USA


Here is a tip that helped me the most when i quit smoking.I took drinking straws and cut them to the size of a cigarette,then i too some cotton and stuffed it in the end good and tight,and when i…Continue Reading »

Jennifer L. | Calgary, Alberta, CA


Don’t focus on “quitting smoking forever” - the whole process can seem really daunting that way. Celebrate the little victories; like smoke-free for an hour, then a day, then a week, etc. That way…Continue Reading »

Crystal B. | Niagara Falls, New York, USA


Never smoke right away in the morning.  Withdrawal symptoms are less severe after a good nights sleep.