Tips to Help You Quit Smoking Cigarettes
A Day in the Life of an Ex-Smoker: Two Weeks
Follow the fictional account of an ex-smoker at two weeks smoke-free.
A Day in the Life of an Ex-Smoker: One Month
A fictional account of an ex-smoker at one month smoke-free.
How Can I Get Through My First Smoke-Free Weekend?
With preparation, the challenges that come with the first smoke-free weekend are more easily managed.
When Friends and Family Sabotage Our Efforts to Quit Smoking
When we quit smoking, those around us might not offer the support we'd hoped for, or worse, actually try to sabotage our efforts at smoking cessation.See submissions
10 Things To Avoid When You Quit Smoking
Knowing a bit about what you can expect when you quit smoking or using any form of tobacco will help you find the permanent success you're looking for. Take a look as these common mistakes people make when they quit smoking. Knowledge is power!
Quitting Smoking -There is No Substitute for Time
From About.com Smoking Cessation Forum Moderator, Michelle: "We have become a society that demands instant gratification, and patience has gone by the wayside. I believe some things are still worth waiting for, and I KNOW that smoke-freedom is one of them."
Owning Our Quits
Own Your Quit Program - How to Own Your Quit Smoking Program
The Five D's of Smoking Cessation
The Five D's is a handy tool that will help you quickly decipher and respond in a healthy way to smoking urges as they come up during smoking cessation.
A daily reward during early smoking cessation reinforces motivation and the value of quitting smoking.
Beat Smoking Urges with Exercise
Exercise is an effective tool that can help reduce the urge to smoke during smoking cessation.
Start a Quit Journal
A quit journal is a powerful tool that can help you reinforce your resolve to stop smoking.
Clearing the Air: Quit Smoking and Quit for Keeps
Once you've quit smoking, you'll need to have choices readily available to help you manage the urge to smoke. Read through this article for tips on how to stay smoke free.
Deep breathing is a quick and effective way to manage the urges to smoke that accompany nicotine withdrawal.