Weekly Practices

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An affirmation is positive messaging that you can repeat to yourself during times of internal crisis. Repeat these mini mantras to yourself to help react and manage cravings when they inevitably strike.
Quit Covid feature
Although there’s no direct evidence connecting cigarette smoking with an increased likelihood of contracting COVID-19, people with a history of cigarette use are at a higher risk of developing serious respiratory illnesses.
Quit for Children Feature
The chemicals found in cigarettes adversely affect many of the processes required for a successful pregnancy. Quitting smoking can immediately improve your natural fertility and reduce the risk of premature birth.
Quit Belly Breathing Feature
Deep breathing can be a dependable method to control stress and nicotine cravings. Take a deep breath to reset and renew your efforts to quit on Monday.
Quit SMART Feature
Goals are essential to a successful quit. When you know where you’re going, the way becomes clear. This Monday, we’ve got five easy tips to help you quit smoking.
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.
Strong Lungs Feature
Smoking tobacco damages the lungs, but when you quit, you give your lungs a chance to recover. In a few weeks you’ll start breathing better, wheezing less, and feeling stronger.
Quit Pets Featured
This Monday is a good time to think about how secondhand smoke from your smoking can impact your loved ones, children and pets.
Take a deep breath to reset and renew your efforts to quit on Monday. It’s a dependable method to control stress and nicotine cravings. It also allows you to expel stale air and inhale a true breath of fresh air.
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