Weekly Practices

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When you decide to quit smoking, set a quit date to go smokefree. The date will serve as your commitment to get healthy, create a goal, and jump-start the motivation you need to quit. We’ve got some great ideas to help you get started.
Quitting smoking isn’t something you have to do alone. Millions of people from all around the world are facing a similar challenge, and when you commit to quit, you’re joining the ranks of an international community devoted to living a healthier lifestyle.
Smoking-related changes to your skin don’t appear instantaneously; wrinkles in the face and inner arms may remain dormant for years and only start to appear after a decade of smoking.
To quit smoking is a tremendous undertaking, but with the right tools, mindset, and strategy, anyone can conquer the habit. There are a number of ways you can set yourself up for a sustained quit, but these methods can be made more effective when paired with a Food and Dr...
Get moving on Monday! To power up against cravings, schedule exercise sessions into your quit plan. Find your workout clothes and let’s go!
Smoking damages the immune system, making your body less capable of fighting off infection and disease, but quitting smoking can help your body reverse the negative effects of cigarettes.
Relieve stress without cigarettes by using the 5-4-3-2-1 Coping Technique, a practice which uses all five of your senses to bring greater awareness to your current state-of-being.
Quit Environment Feature
Let’s clear the air: quitting smoking isn’t just good for your health; it’s also good for the health of the planet. This Monday, consider how smoking affects the air inside and outside.
Understanding triggers and knowing how to handle them when they arise are two essential pieces of a successful quit plan. This Monday, learn how to identify (and conquer) your triggers with some simple techniques and practices that are easy to apply to your day-to-day rou...
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