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Quitting smoking can be a difficult goal to achieve, but a variety of strategies can help you find success. Try listing your reasons for quitting and refer to them when you sense a relapse. Develop a quit plan and cut back gradually if quitting abruptly has not worked in the past. To help with cravings and withdrawal, consult a health care provider about treatment options. Explore different counselling options, make your support network aware of your decision to quit, and avoid settings and situations that entice you to smoke. Do not forget to manage your stress levels and to celebrate small achievements along the way.
cessation, tobacco , medication , nicotine replacement therapy , telephone counselling , trigger avoidance
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