There is no one right way to start, but if you are well prepared and know what to expect, it will be a lot easier to quit smoking.
If you think you are ready to quit smoking, here are a few easy steps you can follow to put your plan into practice.
Know why you want to quit smoking
Before you actually quit smoking, it’s important to know why. Are you quitting for your health, to save money or for your family?
When in doubt, ask yourself the following questions:
- What do I dislike about smoking?
- What am I missing if I don’t smoke?
- How does smoking affect my health?
- What will happen to me and my family if I continue to smoke?
- How will quitting smoking positively affect my life?
Everyone has different reasons for quitting smoking. Get ready to quit smoking by thinking about the reasons.
Plan your quit day
Before starting your treatment, it is recommended to plan everything. A treatment with Tabex lasts 25 days and it is necessary to stop smoking on the fifth day of treatment. Plan this day carefully!
Here are some tips to help you choose a quit day:
- Take the time to prepare yourself. This allows you to boost your confidence that you need to quit smoking.
- Do not postpone your quit day too long. If you choose a date that is too far away, you have time to change your mind or become less motivated. Choose a quit day that is no more than a week or two away.
Learn to deal with withdrawal
During the first few weeks after you quit, you may feel uncomfortable and feel the urge to smoke. These unpleasant smoking cessation symptoms are withdrawal symptoms, but keep in mind that they are only temporary.
One of the best ways to minimize withdrawal symptoms is to use Tabex. Tabex has the same properties as nicotine, helping you double your chances of quitting smoking for good.
Several studies have shown that Tabex is safe and effective for almost anyone who wants to quit smoking. Before use, it is recommended to read the instructions and follow them carefully. Tabex will give you the most benefit when you use it as recommended.
Tell everyone you want to quit smoking
Quitting smoking is easier if the people around you support you. Let them know you plan to quit and explain how they can help.
Here are a few tips:
- Explain why you want to quit.
- Ask a family member or friend who also smokes to stop with you, or at least not to smoke in front of you.
- Ask everyone you know to be sure not to give you a cigarette, no matter what you say or do.
- Warn your family and friends that you might be in a bad mood while quitting and ask them to be patient and help you through it.
Support is one of the keys to successful quitting!