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Hello VIV691, hand cream truly helps in my case as well. The scent and the texture makes my mind drift off, rather than fixating on cravings, and that does the trick.
Thanks a lot for helping me out
Thanks a lot for the motivation, Anita!
It really helps when you've got friends to help you out with the whole quitting process, cause you're right, it does get a bit difficult in between.
Nonetheless, I am confident about making it this time!
Yeah, I started working on some sudoku whenever I get some free time, so that my mind doesn't wander around, eventually leading to cravings.
Also, sipping cold water is so effective! You lose the whole, tingling in the mouth, and then the craving just, goes away!
Thanks a lot, again
These are all good. Stress is a huge factor so anyway we can reduce it is a benefit.
Chronic stress is damaging to your body and mind. These stress relief techniques minimize stress and protect your body from the damage of long-term stress.
If all else fails, always remember to ask God to help you quit. He created you. You did not come into this world with a cig transfixed to your face or asking for one. Believe me, after decades of smoking, God will help you to quit real good. It may not be exactly the way you wanted to quit, but you will.