5 Self Help Tips To Stop Smoking
With the new year fast approaching you may be considering quitting smoking and taking the first steps to a new, healthier you. If you want to Stop smoking you can make small changes to your lifestyle that may help you resist the temptation to light up.
You may have tried to give up smoking before and struggled however, don't let it put you off. Really consider what you can do that will help you quit for good this time and learn from your past experiences.
Make a plan
Prepare, Prepare, Prepare!!
Set a date, make a promise to yourself and stick to it. Identify when you have your 'habitual' cigarettes and work of ways around them. Surround yourself with a support network that will help you when you're feeling temptation creep in.
Keep your hands and mouth busy
Break the habit and keep your hands and mouth busy, we don't mean you should take up juggling however, chewing gum, lozenges or using e-cigarettes will help to keep your mouth occupied.
Make a list
Listing all the reasons to quit may help you put things into perspective and motivate you towards quitting. Keeping a picture of a loved one and looking at it when you're experiencing times of weakness may eliminate your temptation.
Get some stop smoking support
If friends or family want to quit as well, why not make a pact and do it together. A problem shared is a problem halved.
You can also get support from your local stop smoking service available on the NHS. Did you know you're 4 times more likely to quit with their expert help?
You can also call the NHS Smokefree Helpline on 0300 123 1044 open Monday to Friday 9am to 8pm, and Saturday to Sunday 11am to 4pm
Or why not sign up to one of our smoking cessation workshops that will be running throughout January and February across Kent? Join the many others that we have already helped to quit smoking for good using hypnosis. Sign up to our mailing list today or contact us to find out more at: firstname.lastname@example.org