#1 – Set A Date And Be Ready To Face The Difficulties
This might surprise you but a recent study exposes that abrupt quitting and a slow reduction of smoking are both ineffective methods! This means that what might work for you, doesn’t have to necessarily work for your friend.
Hence, the best thing to do is to opt for that quitting method that will work best for you. So, choose the most appropriate one and be prepared to face many challenges and difficulties, especially in the beginning.
According to Medical News Today, smokers who are willing to quit should inform others about their decision, ditch away all the cigarettes and then decide what method to follow.
#2 – Watch Your Dietary Choices
The foods you allow in your stomach can greatly help you in successfully attaining your goal.
According to a study that was published in 2012 report that people who included more fruits and vegetables in their daily nutrition say, three to four times a day were less likely to experience cigarettes cravings while those who ate less of these healthy foods were more likely to smoke.
And this is because foods such as fruits, veggies, and dairy are found to make the cigarettes taste bad. This way, smokers tend to experience fewer cravings.
However, it is important to note that during this challenge, try to avoid or at least reduce your daily intake of trigger food such as alcohol, coffee, and low-calorie meals.