If you have tried to quit before and don't have success, don't give up the key is work with the people that surrounds you like your family and friends, work with your doctor to develop a plan that will work for you. Here some simple tips that can maybe help you started becoming smoke free.
Start a date to stop - Choose a quit day sooner rather than later, so you'll be more likely to stick to it. Prepare for your quit day by telling friends and family.
Know your options - Talk with your doctor about quitting. Depending on your age and health, you may be a good candidate for nicotine gum, the nicotine patch or your doctor can give you new ways on quit smoking. Ask also for smoking cessation programs.
Know your motives - To help you understand what motives you to smoke, start a smoking list or notebook. when you feel the urge to pick up a cigarette, write down what you are doing and how you are feeling at that time. After a while, you may begin to see a pattern, which can help make it easier to change your habits.
Ignore the urge - When the urge hits, take a walk, grab a healthy snack similar in shape to a cigarette like pretzels, carrots or celery, have a glass of water. The urge will usually pass within a minute or two.
Make the butts disappear - On your quit day, take all your smoking related items like lighters, matches, ashtrays, and specially the cigarettes.throw them away were you cant get it back.
Bank the rewards - Find a place to cigarette money, Each time you think about buying cigarettes, put the money there instead. Just think of the vacation you can take with the savings from one smoke-free year.
Giving up smoking is not easy, but help is available, the question is are you ready???