Weekly Practices

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This holiday season, let your loved ones support your quit from afar. A virtual check-in system allows you to use your network of friends and family to keep you committed to your quit, even when you're not under the same roof.
A lot can happen during that first 24 hours without a cigarette. Knowing what to expect — both the pleasant health benefits and the unpleasant withdrawals — can help you persevere and overcome the habit.
The American Cancer Society’s annual Great American Smokeout encourages people from across the country to take a step toward a smoke-free life, but as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, the need for tobacco cessation is greater now than ever before.
Improve your chances of quitting by focusing your energy on the reasons why you are quitting. This Monday, make a list of the motivating factors that are driving you to quit smoking.
Few things in life are free and cigarettes are definitely not one of them. Smoking is the act of burning money. Literally. A smoking habit is a costly habit. How costly? Well, let’s have a look.
Cigarette smoking is a big financial expense, but it is also a big time-waster. Do you know how many hours do you actually spending smoking cigarettes each week? The number may surprise you.
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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.
Nicotine Replacement Therapies (NRTs) are effective tools that can help reduce withdrawal feelings by giving you a small controlled dose of nicotine. Research shows that NRTs are safe and that they can dramatically increase your chances of a sustained quit.
Even if you’ve slipped up once or twice over the course of the month, you’ve still made monumental progress — and now it’s time to reap the rewards.
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