How to Quit Smoking:

Write down what propelled you to make a decision to quit smoking.

S= Set a stop date

T = Tell family and friends your plan

A = Anticipate and plan for the challenges you'll face while quitting

R = Remove cigarettes and other tobacco products from your home, work and car.

T = Talk to your doctor about getting help

Most smokers seem more interested in why they started smoking as if this is the key to the answer, “Why do I continue to smoke.” It is not. Smoking is a habit. It’s a lethal one. Nicotine spreads its effect on the central nervous system upsetting the entire body system.

Very Important: Before you quit, write down the times you smoke, where you are when you smoke, time of day, what is happening, and what you are feeling. This road map will help you in the first six months of your journey.

Equally important is to have a doctors appointment scheduled within the first two days of non-smoking. He or she will not only help you, but also guide you in a future course of action as well as apply the right medicine, if required. You do not have to do this alone.

What you are giving up:
Tobacco, being the principle component contains Nicotine that hits the brain. It has 43 carcinogenic substances and more than 4000 chemical substances, out of which some are toxic enough to generate lethal effects in the human body. It contains 400 other direct toxins, which are found in commonly used woods varnishes. You are giving up an early painful death.


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