How to quit smoking?

1. Set a quit date: Choose a date in the future to quit smoking, and stick to it.

2. Prepare for withdrawal: Understand that you will experience withdrawal symptoms, and develop strategies for managing them. This can include avoidance of places that remind you of smoking, getting regular physical activity, and cultivating stress-reducing activities.

3. Get rid of temptation: Remove cigarettes, lighters, ashtrays, and any other smoking paraphernalia from your home, car, and workspace.

4. Get support: Talk to your friends and family about your decision to quit and ask them to support you. You may also want to consider joining a smoking cessation program or support group.

5. Utilize smoking substitutes: Method such as nicotine replacement therapy (gum, lozenges, patches, and e-cigarettes) can help ease withdrawal symptoms.

6. Reward yourself: Celebrate your successes and reward yourself for meeting goals, such as having a smoke-free day or fording the cravings.

7. Reach out for help: There are numerous smoking cessation resources available, such as smoking cessation counselors, health care professionals, and specialized services.

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