Success Tips —Great Ideas from People Who Have Quit

Roy M. | Holly, Michigan, USA


Start by cutting out one a day. Skip the bedtime smoke for a few days, once you get over that hump, skip the morning smoke for a few days. Try to change your routine to cut out another smoke a day.…Continue Reading »

Cynthia W. | Corpus Christi, TX, USA


I recently had to try and stop smoking while recovering from surgery on my nose. I found eating licorice helpful, all flavors, and also hard candy with sugar. The nicorette gum works only…Continue Reading »

Lucinda M. | Brewer, ME, USA


I find to help with quitting smoking that if I keep busy doing crafts keeps my mind and hands are too occupied to smoke.

Cynthia O. | Delmar, MD, USA


Put some salt on the end of your tongue to kill urge to smoke

Mashanta W. | Ashville, AL, USA


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

Aleta C. | Unknown


Convince yourself.
What I mean is before you start, convince yourself this will work, that you will be a non-smoker when this process is complete. I smoked for 17 years and tried everything under…Continue Reading »

Florence M. | Edgefield, SC, USA


Keep ice on hand. Chew on it all the time. You won’t gain weight and will hopefully be distracted.

Udom B. | Las Vegas, NV


it not easy still trying to quit, right now smoke half cigarette.

Arvis A. | Houston, TX, USA


In March of this year, I was diagnosed with CODP from smoking for 28 years.  The doctor told me that I had a chose between smoking or breathing.  I choose to breath and to live. 

I stayed in the…Continue Reading »

Adonna C. | Old Bridge, New Jersey, USA


Keep busy and stock up on gum or suck on candy (sugar free because you have to keep an eye on your weight!) I started entering contests online. It consumes alot of time and keeps your mind occupied.…Continue Reading »