Take a deep breath to reset and renew your efforts to quit on Monday. Deep breathing can be a dependable method to control stress and nicotine cravings. A craving can last for up to ten minutes. Why not try deep breathing to get through your next one? Studies show that deep breathing exercises may [...]
Get moving on Monday! To power up against cravings, schedule exercise sessions into your quit plan. Find your workout clothes and let’s go!
This Monday, spend some time identifying your triggers so you can stick to the plan and quit and stay quit. Every person is unique, so are your triggers. When you quit and want to stay quit, only you know what triggers an urge to light up.
The holiday season brings people together. Use this Monday to take advantage of having friends and family around to support your quit journey. If family and friends aren’t available, there are professional options for 24/7 support.
You’ve embarked on the brave journey to quit smoking. A relapse is not the time to be hard on yourself. It’s the opposite! Use Monday to recommit by upping your personal care instead.
Support is at your fingertips, this Monday, and every day of the week. Learn about the numerous apps, quitlines, counselors, and resources available to you. You got this!
May 31st is World No Tobacco Day, a perfect time to go tobacco-free and make a plan to quit. Did you know within 20 minutes of quitting smoking your body and heart start to recover? This Monday, create a quit plan and jump-start your quit journey with some physical exercise.
Reward yourself for quitting smoking with a vacation. Celebrate your milestones and ease the stress and its effects. A vacation can also give you the incentive to stay quit. This Monday, plan a getaway.
Take a deep breath to reset and renew your efforts to quit on Monday. It’s a dependable method to control stress and nicotine cravings. It also allows you to expel stale air and inhale a true breath of fresh air.
Many smokers feel like the best remedy for stress is a cigarette. When they try to quit, stress turns into a trigger to smoke. A great way to avoid that urge to smoke is to deal with stress before it causes physical symptoms. This Monday, learn how to manage your stress and find new [...]