Weekly Practices

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Prepare yourself for all the physical symptoms you’ll experience when you stop smoking cigarettes — the good, the bad, and the jitters.
This Monday, skip the smoke break and listen to a special playlist if you feel stressed.
There’s an abundance of online tobacco cessation groups available to help support your quit. Online “quit” groups are not the same as in-person counseling, but they do come with their own set of unique benefits.
When you’re spending the night out with others, preparation is the key to staying committed to you quit. This Monday, learn how you can plan ahead to avoid smoking triggers and combat your cravings.
When you use every Monday as a chance to quit smoking, you’ll be amazed at all you get back.
Weight gain is a common concern for cigarette smokers looking to quit. This Monday try exercise which can act as a healthy appetite suppressant.
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.
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