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Top ten tips to stop smoking


Eat healthy.
Avoid skipping meals as you will need the energy that food gives to help your body recover from the years of abuse. You may like to consider talking to your doctor or pharmacist about taking extra vitamin C, a multi-vitamin and a B-complex to help you through the first few weeks and months.

 
Drink water. Your body eliminates between two and two and half litres of water every 24 hours. Water is a great craving buster and helps you stay hydrated which reduces the feelings of fatigue and thus stress. Keep flushing out the system by drinking two to three litres of water every day. Herbal teas are also great and help the body heal in many ways.

 
Daily activity. Plan to incorporate a walk in to your daily schedule. Even 15 minutes twice a day will lift your mood and make you feel good. You may like to consider yoga or tai chi classes or dancing or bush walking or a gym work out. Take up tennis or swimming. Maybe you have always wanted to do a martial arts class. Maybe there is a hobby you have wanted to do. Choose some activity to keep you occupied.

 
Avoid smoky places. Many people say their resolve weakened after going out with friends for drinks. They got drunk and next thing they knew they had a cigarette. For the first few weeks avoid situations where you may be coerced into drinking a little too much.
 
Chew on something else. Carrot sticks, celery sticks and cinnamon sticks are all great oral substitutes.

 
Clean your teeth. Straight after eating make it a habit to clean your teeth. Run your tongue over your freshly cleaned teeth and notice how good they feel.

 
Get plenty of rest. Your body will be working hard at healing itself. Ensure you get enough rest. The THINK QUIT program has almost a dozen audio and video sessions aimed at helping you reduce stress and relax. Use some of these sessions to help you have a siesta if possible.

 
Limit caffeine and alcohol. Coffee and alcoholic drinks soften increase the urge to smoke. Options include, water either sparkling or still, orange juice and herbal teas.

 
Reduce stress. Practice the three Chi Kung exercises on the video section of your MP4 player. Alternatively have a warm shower, listen to relaxing music, exercise or go for a walk and breathe fresh air.

 
Find a quit buddy. Find others who would like to give up and agree to support each other. Keep in daily contact and make an egreement to not to let each other down.

By using Think Quit you will have all the tools at your disposal to stop smoking permanently.
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