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Smoking is one of the most common causes of death in people around the world, along with car accidents, alcoholism and drugs. There is no doubt that nicotine addiction is unhealthy and dangerous. People who drag on cigarettes live shorter and are more at risk for cancer. But every smoker knows that quitting smoking is not the easiest. Below are a few tips to help you prepare to end this addiction.

The first step in quitting smoking is to understand why you want to do it. For some, health and family are important here (those close to the smoker become passive smokers without their own will), for others, financial circumstances. You must definitely decide that you want to make such an attempt. It is also helpful to list all the reasons you want to quit smoking, including all the good things that will happen to you when you finally say goodbye to cigarettes.

Then carefully analyze your habits and count all cigarettes that are usually smoked within 24 hours. It is good to spend some time analyzing when and why you use cigarettes.

The next step is to select a specific day on which you quit smoking and mark it on the calendar. Some special cases should be avoided where it is likely that abstinence from nicotine will be difficult, for example, on the day when a stress exam or difficult conversation should be conducted.

Additional support can convince a loved one to quit smoking at the same time.

A range of pharmaceuticals and drugs available in pharmacies, as well as a growing number of smoking cessation counseling and therapy, help quit smoking. You should read their offer, you can also make an appointment with your doctor or ask your pharmacist for advice, because a specialist will help you choose the right medicine, drug or therapy.

 

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