Stop on his own initiative
Do you want to stop smoking? Several ways can be implemented, but do not forget that the final decision is always yours. Many smokers have already been ahead of you and have managed to quit smoking without external help, but they were well prepared and, above all, they had a good amount of motivation.
Are you ready to quit smoking? There are different ways to prepare yourself: read the Quit Smoking Magic PDF to receive personalized advice on how to best stop smoking, surf without moderation by clicking here for further information and advice. But above all: keep believing firmly in your decision to quit smoking. Stopping smoking can be learned. Persevere, even if it does not work the first time. The next attempt will certainly be the right one.
Tobacco Stop Plan
You've decided to quit smoking? Draw up your personal 'shutdown plan' and try to keep it as much as possible.
What to note in your stop plan?
- I stop the ...
- I remove from the house all the cigarettes and all that can make me think of smoking. In my case, it is ...
- I will ask the following people to support me: ...
- In difficult times, I call ...
- My personal reasons for quitting smoking are ...
- My reward after a day without tobacco is ..., after three days ... and after a week ...
We give you some practical tips to establish your personal stop plan.
- Make a precise decision; This makes it easier to stop smoking.
- Choose a date that is convenient for you to quit smoking. You want to be able to think of something else and stop preferably in the middle of the week? Or do you prefer to choose a more serene time during the weekend or holidays? You can also opt for a special date, such as your birthday or that of your partner. In this way, the promise you make to yourself will have a special meaning and you will never forget the date when you quit smoking.
- In the first few weeks, the urge for a cigarette can suddenly seize you. Do not forget that it only lasts a few minutes and that this will diminish from week to week.
- Take note of times and situations that are more difficult. Think about how to approach them and write down all your solutions.
- Think positively in the adventure, even if previous attempts have failed. Each smoker hides a potential non-smoker. Thousands of smokers have already managed to stop, so you can!
- Seek support from family, friends and colleagues. They can help you and will not offer you a cigarette without warning.
- You can also find support and support from your doctor or a tobacco specialist.
- Do not gradually stop smoking, but stop completely: the 'difficult period' will be shorter if you quit the cigarette directly and permanently.
- Give yourself some rewards: make yourself a little gift to celebrate the fact that you've stopped smoking for a while. No more smoking actually allows you to save money and affording a small gift from time to time can give you a positive impetus to persevere.
- Read the 'Behavioral therapies associated with effective medications for quitting smoking' chapter, which is full of useful tips.