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Quit Smoking: Top 10 Habits to Help You Quit Smoking

  By posted Aug 21st 2012
Healthy Living

Set a realistic date.

Yes you need to fix a date, a deadline for your last puff of smoke. This will help you train yourself mentally and physically to give up your dependence on nicotine.

But be realistic about it. For instance if you're up for a stressful time at work, try not to coincide it with life-altering plan since they're sure to backfire. However, if you feel you are strong enough to do this, then by all means go ahead. 

 

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