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Tips on how to give up smoking?

I’ve tried ******* loads of things. I’m 24 now and I have 2 kids and I REALLY wanna give up for them, so I feel like a **** for failing every time I’ve tried lol.
I’ve smoked since I was 15, yes it is awful I know. I’ve probably done a **** load of damage already. I used to smoke weed all the time but I gave up when I was 20.
I have now given up alcohol too. Although I’ll still have a pint every couple months if I feel like I deserve it 😉
So now the only thing I need to conquer is the smoking.

I’ve tried loads. I’m proper hooked on it. I don’t smoke infront of my kids, but I smoke around 6 or 7 a day. I’ve tried going cold turkey, I’ve tried cutting down and eventually smoking none. I’ve tried those niccotine patches and gum and I’ve tried that thingy that you play around with to keep your hands occupied.
They were all ****. Did **** all to stop me. I have the shittest amount of willpower on the planet.

Any tips to help me quit? 🙂
Cheers
Actually, having read that through I realise that I told a lie.
I have another thing to conquer other than smoking; swearing.
One at a time I say.

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One Response to “Tips on how to give up smoking?”

  1. Maddy C said:

    Tobacco in cigarettes have a very toxic chemical that is very addictive called Nicotine. I know, it is very hard to stop, so attempt before something happens, like lung cancer. Did you know more than 20% of male and female adults in the U.S. smoke cigarettes, while more than 80% of them light up a cigarette every day? Tobacco is one of the leading causes of death for American deaths, good for you to try! So here, try these steps:

    1. Admit you have to stop. (This sparks ambition. And don’t be afraid to tell someone, like friends or family so you feel like you can’t just stop because you feel like it)

    2. Learn the effects. It’s a good mindset and can really give you a kick in the ass away from smoking. Smoking takes years of your life, causes cancer, tumors, lung diseases, and can even give your children diseases, even if you don’t smoke in front of them!

    3. Determine your personal goals, discover your reasons for quitting and get rid of temptations that may become a hindrance to your stop smoking program. Try your hardest not to buy cigarettes. They can also cost quite a few $$ over the years…

    4. There is more than just gum to give you the nicotine you crave. Face it! Your not addicted to the cigarette, your addicted to Tobacco and the hundreds of other chemicals, including TAR, in cigarettes! Try: nicotine nasal sprays, nicotine lozenges, nicotine inhalers, nicotine patches, nicotine gum and stop smoking pills.

    5. Cut down. Stopping cold turkey can be hard no matter what! Reduce it until your only 1 a day, then 1 every other day, 1 a week then stop or then use gum. Let your body flush out all the harmful chemicals! Let your brain rid itself of all addiction.

    SOOOOO… here’s some help and something to take in mind. I’m guessing you want to live a long time. Here are somethings you should know that most cigarette companies don’t tell you:

    smoking affects various parts of the body including the eyes, nose, throat, lungs, heart, skin, blood, etc. Here are some possible health effects of smoking:

    • Lung Cancer
    • Heart Diseases
    • High Blood Pressure
    • Bad Breath
    • Gum Disease
    • Depression
    • Snoring
    • Diabetes
    • Infertility on men and women
    • Thyroid Disease
    • Harmful effects on Bones and Joints

    And, as stated by Dr. Max Snyder in his documentary The Medical Aspects of Tobacco, “Cigarettes are the only substance sold that, when the user follows the instructions carefully, will result in the consumer becoming toxic, chronically ill or dead!”

    Tobacco kills one person every ten seconds and is set to kill ten million people a year by 2025. — World Health Organization

    Half of all smoking-related deaths occur between the ages of 35 and 69, which translates into an average of roughly 23 years of life lost.

    Urea, a chemical compound that is a major component in urine, is used to add “flavor” to cigarettes.

    Nicotine reaches the brain within 10 seconds after smoke is inhaled. It has been found in every part of the body and in breast milk.

    Finding and keeping jobs will become increasingly challenging. Since its common knowledge that smokers are much more likely to miss work due to illness employers have become wary of hiring smokers.

    I hope I help. I know it’s hard. But at the same time you are very capable of doing it. I believe in you <3




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