Weekly Practices

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Quit Drawing Feature
Managing stress is about shifting focus away from problematic situations and towards something positive or productive. Use drawing as a way to calm your mind and relieve stress without a cigarette.
High-intensity workouts don’t require a lot of time or equipment, but they do offer an escape from daily stressors. This Monday, replace cigarettes with jabs and jumping jacks.
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.
Many smokers cope with stress by sparking up a cigarette, but understanding of the different types and degrees of stress can help you manage these feelings without the use of tobacco products.
This Monday, reduce your stress and desire for a cigarette by toning down your daily caffeine intake.
This Monday, skip the smoke break and listen to a special playlist if you feel stressed.
Progressive muscle relaxation is a technique that can be used to control stress, in addition to anxiety, insomnia, and chronic pain.
Mindful eating can help you appreciate the taste of food, reduce your risk of over eating, and help you stick to healthier eating habits as your appetite returns.
Low-intensity physical exercise like yoga, dancing, or weight training can be powerful tools to manage quit-related stress.
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