The Basics
Why Quit Smoking

Introduction to Smoking Cessation
by S2H RT Staff

I never thought I could stop smoking after years of trying to quit. But I finally just made a decision, stuck to it
and before I realized it, 6 months went by and I hadn't smoked.    Thanks for your help.........Phil

Achieving smoking cessation is widely viewed as one of the most difficult achievements to undertake. Yet, millions of people have successfully broken the cycle of addiction. Some did it on their own, while others received some stop smoking help along the way. But what is the single factor they all have in common?

That's simple, they all made a big decision to stop and then followed that up with a series of other smaller decisions, which turned into an action plan. That is the key, because it is a process. The sooner you realize that, the better. Many try to stop smoking but are unable because they haven't mentally prepared themselves for the process. They just want to magically wake up one morning and have all the cravings and temptations disappear. Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way. Now, there may be any number of reasons why you want to quit smoking. Perhaps you are experiencing a health concern or maybe you're just tired of being controlled by nicotine.

The important thing is you've made that first decision. Hold on to that, because you're going to come back to it time and time again when temptation strikes. Congratulations on getting this far!

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