Success Tips —Great Ideas from People Who Have Quit

Yenny O. | Springdale, AR, USA


My grandfather was a very heavy smoker, which my grandmother hated very much. He picked up smoking after he was retired and maybe he was bored that he picked up that bad habit. He started with just…Continue Reading »

Robin W. | DeWitt, Michigan, USA


Use a straw to puff on when you have that feeling to smoke. It really does work

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 .

Kathi T. | Shickshinny, PA, USA


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

Bob K. | Renfrew, PA, USA


keep trying it took me 3 times before it became permanant i used the patch but the biggest thing is that YOU HAVE TO WANT TO !! the only thing i screw up is not having a work out plan before i quit…Continue Reading »

Joerg | Houston, Texas


Drink water like crazy and lots of fresh air. Walking helps a lot.