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Plan Your Trip
Set a Quit Date
By setting a quit date -- a day on which you will stop using all tobacco -- you will have a defined goal to work toward.
Smoking in Your Life
Before making the decision to quit smoking, take a personal inventory and explore how smoking has become part of your life.
The Risks of Tobacco
Quitting smoking is, without a doubt, the single best thing you can do for your health.

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Predict the Potholes
Weight Gain
Many smokers worry that quitting will make them fat.
Cravings
Cravings start within an hour of when you crush out your last smoke.
Triggers
Another step you can take to prepare for a smoke-free life is to identify your triggers -- those things that increase the urge for a cigarette.
Slip-Ups
Despite your best efforts, you may unexpectedly find yourself with a cigarette in your hand, puffing slowly and enjoying every minute.

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Prep for the Ride
Throw It Out
Here's what you have to do this week: Get rid of everything that you associate with smoking.
Smoking Friends Vs. Nonsmoking Friends
Becoming a former smoker may change your relationships with both your smoking and nonsmoking friends.
Quitting Options
There are many tools available to smokers who want to quit. In fact, the more options you use, the better your chances of quitting.
Cut Back
Try to cut back on the number of cigarettes you normally smoke.
Take Small Steps at First
Start thinking about the ways you can change your smoking habits.

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Start the Journey
Symptoms of Recovery
Quit day is going to be a mental and physical battle.
Keep Busy
The first week of quitting will be easier to get through if you stay busy.
Quit Day
Your first day without cigarettes.
Rest, a Balanced Diet and Hydration
Quitting smoking is much easier if you pay attention to other aspects of your health.

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Celebrate Your Arrival
A Healthier Life
The health benefits of smoking cessation will begin within hours of when you crush out your last cigarette.
A Clean, Fresh Start
One of the benefits of barring tobacco from your life is that your world will start to be cleaner.
A Wealthier Life
Smoking is expensive. By giving it up, you'll not only be saving your health, you'll be saving your cash.

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Changing Direction
Feeling Better?
If it's been a few days since you quit smoking, you should be able to sense some of the benefits of quitting.
The End of a Romance
Many people have a hard time quitting because, for many people, smoking is a truly pleasurable experience.
A Smoke-Free Day Is A Good Day
Commend yourself every day that you are able to resist the lure of cigarettes.

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Roadmaps
Identify the Reasons You Want To Quit
The best way to start on the path to a tobacco-free life is to identify the reasons you want to quit.
Track Your Tobacco Use
A smoking diary is useful to find patterns to your smoking habit.
Identify the Reasons You Smoke
Before you can successfully quit smoking, you need to know why you enjoy it.
Find Out How Much Smoking Costs You
Smoking is expensive. By giving it up, you'll not only be saving your health, you'll be saving your cash.


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