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  • 1. You must be motivated to quit.
  • 2. Use Enough - Chew at least 9 pieces of Nicorette per day during the first six weeks.
  • 3. Use Long Enough - Use Nicorette for the full 12 weeks
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Activities to Ease You Through the Quitting Smoking Process

from: Roger Chaumont



Many of us are accustomed to having daily smoking breaksótimes of the day when we would, without fail, grab our packs and our lighters and head to an open window! Oftentimes we would look to our cigarette breaks as a chance to get away from the stresses of work or just to have a quiet moment to ourselves.


Just because you have given up cigarettes doesn't mean that you canít enjoy breaks. But now, instead of lighting up, substitute new, healthier alternatives that will give you a similar sense of calm and relaxation.

Here are some of my favorites:


Meditate


Meditation can be a wonderful way to gain control of your mind, especially when itís racing with thoughts of how much you miss smoking and cigarettes. Itís incredibly easy to do and can be done anywhere, without any equipment except your own body


Simply sit on the floor in any comfortable position (such as cross-legged). Close your eyes. Attune your ears to the sounds around you, whether itís the noise of the street or the voices of your office colleagues. Now shift focus so that you are listening to the sounds of your breath and your own body. At the same time, concentrate on a mental image that
gives you a sense of peace, such as a candle flame, a tree, or cloud. Try to keep your focus centered for at least 10 minutes at a time.


Listen to Music

Music is such an amazing distraction. Itís so easy to get lost in a familiar melody, or to be transported by a new song that really speaks to you in some way. In fact, music has an effect on
the brain that may be similar to chemical substancesóbut itís all totally natural, of course!


A great tip is to substitute daily music breaks for what used to be your daily smoking breaks. Instead of going
outside to puff away, put on a soothing CD or turn the radio on a channel you love. You can use your i-Pod if youíre at work, or play it out loud if youíre at home. The distraction will keep your mind off cigarettes, and the music will give your body its much-needed dose of relaxation.


Go for a Walk


Donít just sit in your office or your living room thinking about how much you wish you had a cigarette right now. Instead, get up and put your body in motion. The physical stimulation will start endorphins coursing through your body. If you can take a stroll outside, do soópay attention to the sounds of the birds, cars passing by, the color of
the flowers in bloom, and so on. The point of this exercise is to get yourself ďout of your mind,Ē focusing on external things in order to beat the urge to smoke.


Develop New Interest


Try developing new interests or hobbies like gardening or painting. Such things would keep your mind off that urge to smoke. All of us have a certain measure of creativity that often remains untapped. It would be a wonderful thing if you could try working on that creativity. Join a dance class or a drama class. Or you could try learning a new skill like pottery or clay modeling. Try to involve yourself with other people. Do same social work, or try helping out at the local volunteer organizations.


Change your lifestyle by changing your routine. Go swimming, try working out or going to the gym. Be active. Got something you wanted to do but never had the time to do it? NOW is the time. As you distract yourself by changing your lifestyle and developing new interests, you will be amazed at how easy it is to quit smoking!


Such activities make us appreciate the meaning of life in a better way and we will stop to think twice before we waste away this life at the end of a cigarette.

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