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The ‘Smokefree way’ is a breakthrough smoking cessation program. It is the most innovative, up-to-date and intelligent method which will lead you to become smokefree forever. The program is based on a natural and powerful approach which sets the record straight with our smoking while revealing every weak spot that keeps us dependent on cigarettes. Through this amazing method you will acquire the knowledge of how to use the same mechanisms that keep the addiction going, in order to set yourself absolutely free from smoking.

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Quit Day: 5 Steps

Congratulations on the decision to quit. Your first day without cigarettes can be difficult, but having a plan will make it easier! Don't rely on willpower alone to keep you smokefree. Prepare so that you can feel confident in your ability to stay quit today.

Step One


Tell your friends and family that today is your quit day. Ask them for support during these first few days and weeks. They can help you get through the rough spots, but make sure to tell them how they can support you. Be specific; they aren't mind readers.

Step Two

Get the support you need—either by developing your own quit plan or finding a quit program that works for you. A quit plan combines strategies that help you stay focused, confident, and motivated to quit. If you're not sure exactly which quit methods are righ. If nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) is part of your plan, make sure to start using it first thing in the morning. Remember, there's no right way to quit—be honest about what you need. Just don't celebrate with a cigarette.

Step Three

Stay busy. It might seem simple, but staying busy is one of the best ways to stay smokefree on your quit day. Try one of these activities:

Step Four

Avoid smoking triggers. Triggers are the people, places, things, and situations that trigger your urge to smoke. On your quit day, it's best to avoid them all together. Here are a few tips to help you outsmart some common smoking triggers:

Step Five

Stay positive, but vigilant. Quitting smoking happens one minute, one hour, and one day at a time. Don't think of quitting as "forever". Pay attention to right now, and the days will add up! Quitting smoking is difficult, but it doesn't hurt to say positive; don't beat yourself up. Day one isn't going to be perfect, but all that matters is you don't smoke—not even one puff. Reward yourself for being smokefree for 24 hours. You deserve it!