Success Tips —Great Ideas from People Who Have Quit

Dane P. | Vancouver, BC, CA


See your doctor instead of just relying on willpower.

Crystal B. | Niagara Falls, New York, USA


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

Tara S. | Interlachen, FL, USA


I started by not having a smoke when i most love to have one like after a meal. I avoided all smoke related triggers so when i had a cig “out of sink” I started to smoke less and i would add more…Continue Reading »

Anonymous | Oakville, Ontario, Canada


I think that one of the best ways to get through the withdrawals is exercise. I joined our local Rec Centre and have been working out at least 3 evenings a week and found that it really helps to…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.

Carol S. | Reno, NV, USA


Don’t buy them!  When you buy them, you have them and smoke them!

Angie B. | Charlotte, North Carolina, USA


When I quit smoking 5 years ago, the biggest problem I faced was what to do with my hands. In the evenings after work…sitting on the couch…watching TV…talking on the phone…these were the times that I…Continue Reading »

Kathi T. | Shickshinny, PA, USA


Take it a day at a time, and bend the rules a little bit, don’t go cold turkey!

Linda J. | Gordonville, PA, USA


Add hot sauce to your cigarette filter! The hotter the sauce the harder it will be to smoke! This is my own version of shock therapy!

Allison E. | Murrayville, GA, USA


If i want a cigarette, I make myself do 100 jumping jacks. I really don’t want one after that!