just dont pick another 1 up after u quit if u feel the urge just go do something to get your mind off it that worked for me and i smoked for 35 years im 6 years smoke free now.good luck
smokefree.gov - texting part helped motivate me.<br />
craving options - drink water, suck on pretzel stick, gum, breathing<br />
reality check: pulmonary doc...breathing test...results...see conclusion, understand what you need to do, and do it.
By the way, great job for three months. Keep trying. That's all you can do. It's a hard one to quit. YOu can do it!
oral fixation: losenges
electronic cigs, I'd say no. Just as bad, if not worse. I personally think they taste like ****. A rip off version of hookah
You've done it before .. you can do it again.<br />
No one can motivate you better than YOU. Just do it because you respect yourself and want to live a long life.
SMOKING KILLS.....it says so on every packet should be enough motivation
Anytime you feel an urge to smoke, do something to keep busy: sweep the floors, take a shower, take your mp3 pla<x>yer out for a walk...Anything for a distraction. And try to buy some patches or nicoteen gum, in case you become desperate at some point.
Make a daily record of how much money you have saved and write down ideas on what you could spend it on.
Fantastic. Find some that you can share with others, so they will encourage you too
(eg meal with girlfriend, bottle of wine to share)
Why not quit today instead of tomorrow. The best way to motivate yourself is by putting up goal and reward yourself with other things than smoking. Like if you don't smoke in one month you can buy something you wanted .
Yeah :) Use the money you save for something better. I did that when I gave up candy
Nope :-) x