What Are The Most Successful Ways To Quit Smoking?

In the UK, October is known as ‘Stoptober.’ This is when smokers are encourage to stop smoking. If you smoke and are thinking of giving up, then check out this post to learn what are the most successful ways to quit smoking.

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6 thoughts on “What Are The Most Successful Ways To Quit Smoking?

  1. I grew up in a house filled with cigarette smoke. My dad smoked to the day he died, despite having fought—and beat—lung cancer. I smoked on and off in my late teens and early twenties. Then I just decided it was time to quit and I’ve never looked back.

    My sister asked me to pick up some cigarettes for her at the duty free when I travel to England this week. I was SHOCKED when I looked at the price—even the duty free price. In addition to the health cost, knowing what you could do with all that extra money would motivate me to quit.

  2. I managed to stop smoking twice, the first time I used Chupa Chups lollipops and the second time, and last time was switching to fruit flavoured vaping to break the association between the smeel and taste of tobacco with the behaviours of smoking

  3. My husband gave up smoking at the end of 2019 because he was heading into dealing with some serious health battles (unrelated to smoking) and I am so glad he did. My father passed away a number of years ago of lung cancer that spread to his brain; he started smoking when he was 14 and was dead by 65. He suffered such awful health conditions for the last 25 years of his life (smoking related) that I wished he could have given up. Smoking is simply not worth it— thanks for sharing useful ways to help people quit. Great advice!

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