How to Quit Smoking
Giving up smoking can seem like the hardest challenge in the entire world when you are trying to quit. You might have tried before. You might have had mixed success. The trouble is that the nicotine always seems to drag you back onto the path of smoking.
Even if you haven’t been smoking for very long it can be really tough to kick the habit. However, it is really worth it and for the sake of both yourself and the people around you, you should really make the effort and keep going with your effort.
Cessation of the habit can take multiple forms. You could try nicotine patches which are easily available and work by alleviating the cravings that tend to be worst in the morning for many people.
The patch will slowly release nicotine into your system for 24 hours and you will get used to your new life without the need to go outside for a cigarette every few hours. The patch is all about allowing you to adjust to your new life.
Alternatively you could try e-cigarettes. You don’t get any of the toxins that are associated with the smoking of tobacco; there is no smell of smoke on your clothes and no ash to get rid of.
You can also control your nicotine intake. However, as it is similar to smoking it won’t teach you to get out of the habit of the physical process which is what you need to do.
Finally, consider getting into chewing gum. Not only can it make your breath smell good it will act as a replacement for the cigarette every time you get a craving. Instead of smoking you could instead take some gum.
Good luck with kicking the habit and giving up. If you keep at it and have support around you, you can do it!