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New Year's Resolution Quit Smoking

New Year's Resolution Quit Smoking - With New Year’s just around the corner, this is the time when many come up with New Year resolutions. Every year-end, people plan endless lists of resolutions to enhance their lives. Be it curbing on the expenditure or weight loss, the kind of resolutions can range from the moderate to the bizarre. New Year is considered to be the time when changes are brought about in life. These changes are particularly considered to be difficult to tackle and perhaps, this is why people rely on resolutions to solve major pending issues! When one talks about major issues, it simply means getting rid of habits such as smoking or alcohol addiction.

There are scores of people who plan to quit smoking on every New Year’s Eve. But how many actually stick by this resolution? Any kind of addiction is obviously difficult to get rid of but then resolutions need to be adhered to. If you have planned to quit smoking as a New Year’s resolution, here is a compilation of important tips to quit smoking successfully and begin the New Year on a fresh note.

New Year's Resolution Quit Smoking

Remember this is an addiction. So you need to tell yourself about the harmful effects of smoking. Begin by maintaining a diary. Write a daily account of how good your body feels by reducing the dependency of the cigarette. Write positive things about how your body will benefit by stopping smoking on a daily basis.

Eat healthy and eat smart, nicotine withdrawal symptoms are common and you need to eat right to ensure your body feels good despite your addiction problem. Discuss with your doctor for a balanced diet plan. Include healthy food items in the menu.

Maintain an exercise routine. Exercising will keep your body and mind fit. When you have a good exercise routine planned, you tend to feel positive all over. You can set aside half an hour in the day for an exercise routine. Exercise makes you refreshed and the positive vibes will help you to forget the craving for the cigarette.

Maintain a list of rewards in your diary. Every day, reward yourself in any little way for not having smoked a cigarette. This will help you to be motivated throughout the day and look forward to stop smoking. You can plan for a relaxing bubble bath or treat yourself to a movie with a friend.

New Year's Resolution Quit Smoking


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