My New Year resolution was to stop smoking cigarettes, what can I do?

My New Year resolution was to stop smoking cigarettes, how can I stop or to take my mind off of them. Any suggestions?

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8 Responses to “My New Year resolution was to stop smoking cigarettes, what can I do?”

  1. Fari said:

    bad day to stop….97pct of people who quit on new years,start smoking again…you should have looked into this matter….

  2. Judy said:

    Get help to quit. That’s what I need to do too. They are dirty nasty smelling and your lungs get full of chemicals that cause cancer. I am constantly washing my walls, furniture and everything in the house full of that nasty yellow smoke film. Then when I take a break I light another one up and do it again, over and over. I tried Chantex once and it worked very well until my lips swelled up because I was allergic to it. But after years of spending a lot of money on a pack of ciggs I think how stupid to keep smoking. Once I quit for 6 yrs and quit cold turkey. I pretended to smoke McDonald’s straws and it worked. It isn’t easy but it worked. I’ve got to get determined and try it again. It sure is an awful addiction and too expensive in many ways. Good Luck to you to get out of the smoking vice.

  3. Vahid said:

    visit and read carefully:
    http://www.stop-smoking-tips.com/

  4. laurenrox said:

    Try to find something else to have in your mouth, such as gum, and then keep that in your mouth most of the time so as not to be able to put anything else in your mouth. Get rid of cigarettes and matches and stay away from people who smoke and stores that have cigars and cigarettes to lower temptation.

  5. Fred said:

    Recently my wife and I decided we should quit smoking. We tried almost everything but finally we found these new electronic cigarettes. They are fantastic, and as we order new cartridges we are lowering the amount of nicotine we smoke, hopefully we will be able to be off it soon. It seems to be working pretty well and I’m not feeling any negative effects, and I love the taste. The cost might seem pretty steep up front, but I go over the math on my blog, and in the long run (In under a month) you are actually saving money. As a couple we are saving almost $300 a month by switching over. I put up a blog chronicling our adventure if anyone wants to read at http://www.quitcigs.us.tt

    Good Luck

  6. Nacy said:

    Just stop smoking.

  7. Natural said:

    If you need help and support to quit smoking you are not alone, most people do. While it is possible to go “cold turkey” and quit without assistance, it isn’t for everyone and it can be very difficult to do. So difficult in fact, that the number of people who break the habit without help is very small.

    Nicotine patches, sprays and gum are a major part of most commercial stop smoking programs. Apart from the enormous cost to your pocket, using nicotine products to stop smoking also has a health cost.

    Nicotine is a poison and is the reason why smokers are at risk for a wide range of illnesses, some of them fatal. Most people stop smoking to reduce these health risks caused by regular use of nicotine.

    Many of the herbs used to treat addiction in traditional medicine are effective in helping to control and prevent a wide range of symptoms as well as the craving associated with withdrawal from substances like nicotine and other drugs.

    Try a natural stop smoking program to quit the habit for good, without risking your health further with more nicotene poison and other side effects.

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  8. vahak4eva said:

    well my NYs resolution was the same for 2010. I have been successful thus far. All I did was go cold turkey, there are many medications/patches out there to help you if you need it, but for me going cold turkey was the way, i have done it before for six months straight, i am 24 now, i started when i was 22. Maybe it’s just that I am not that addicted to it by now, because its only been few years, either ways, GREAT DECISION ON YOUR PART. Keep it up, because I know I will..:)




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