Regaining Control: Quit Tips
Recognize your routine: You probably have patterns for when you smoke. Same people, same times, same places — find your routine, and mix it up. |page|
Avoid certain situations: Watch out for social situations that could lead you to smoke. Be honest with friends about trying to quit. |page|
Get help: Share your plan to quit and allow others to help and encourage you.|page|
Use your phone: Try QuitStart, a free app that gives you tools and tips to help you quit smoking.
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Want to quit smoking? Use your phone! Download the QuitSTART app.
It helps you:
-Get real advice that actually helps you quit
-Play games and complete challenges to distract you from cravings
-Get back on track if you slip and smoke
-Manage cravings and bad moods in healthy ways
-Keep your favorite tips and tools in your Quit Kit
-Check your progress and earn badges for staying smoke-free
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