If you think you might be struggling with nicotine addiction, here’s what you need to know.
There are lots of ways to quit: There are many ways to stop smoking.
You can: 1.
Quit using cigarettes completely or stop smoking and gradually reduce your nicotine intake.
Quit with a cessation aid, such as nicotine gum or patches, or with a medication like nicotine patch.
Quit nicotine altogether.
Stop using any product that contains nicotine.
Use a vaporiser.
Quit without a cessation method.
Quit when you can’t stand the pain.
Quit smoking altogether.
Quit after using an e-cigarette for one or more months.
Stop smoking while pregnant.
Quit while breastfeeding.
Quit at least one day a week.
Quit within the first month of using an electronic nicotine delivery system.
Quit during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Quit or reduce your intake of cigarettes, cigars, or pipes.
Quit altogether if you stop smoking altogether, and if you are at high risk of developing lung cancer.
Quit only when you have symptoms that increase the risk of lung cancer, as this is a very common cause of cancer.
Quit if you have lung cancer that is a direct result of using nicotine.
Quit before you get a diagnosis of lung or throat cancer.
Quit, but be sure to report symptoms if you feel they are continuing.
Quit completely or with an aid that reduces your nicotine.
Quit as a last resort.
Quit through your doctor, but inform him or her that you are quitting.
Quit entirely, or even as part of a tobacco cessation plan, to avoid cancer.
Quit immediately, before symptoms worsen or you feel you need a second chance.
Quit in a timely manner, but keep in mind that the sooner you quit, the better.
Quit sooner rather than later if symptoms worsen.
Quit whenever you can, as nicotine use can cause harm.
Quit anytime you are ready to. 30.
Quit gradually and keep a diary to record your progress.
Quit to prevent lung cancer in any way that may help your chances of surviving cancer.
Quit from home.
Quit for any reason other than the symptoms mentioned above.
Quit because you feel guilty or because you are unable to quit, even if you think that quitting is the right thing to do. 35.
Quit due to medical, psychological, family or religious reasons.
Quit a nicotine product that you find to be harmful, addictive, or has a negative impact on your life.
Quit under certain conditions to avoid the health risks associated with continued use.
Quit once you have started using.
Quit even if your symptoms worsen after a few months.
Quit and report any signs of relapse, such of fatigue, moodiness, depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, or feelings of guilt or shame.
Quit voluntarily when you feel it is safe to do so. 42.
Quit the tobacco product you want to quit from your supply chain.
Quit your nicotine product, but not from your family.
Quit just because you have stopped using it. 45.
Quit quickly if you experience withdrawal symptoms.
Quit all products with a nicotine strength that is more than 5mg per millilitre, even those that are labelled as being less than 5.5mg per mL. 47.
Quit abruptly when you think it is time to quit.
Quit any product when you notice a significant increase in your symptoms.
Quit tobacco products that contain nicotine without nicotine gum, patches, e-cigarettes or inhalers.
Quit e-liquid when you are aware that the nicotine content may be too high to use.
Quit products that are made to contain nicotine or that are designed to contain less nicotine than the product you have purchased.
Quit cigarettes if you can avoid them, but do so when you know you will not have a relapse.
Quit cigarette packs if you cannot smoke without quitting.
Quit alcohol, tobacco, or any other product if you do not want to use them.
Quit medical devices if they are not intended to be used as an aid to quitting.
Quit certain types of products, such a chewing gum, in the belief that they are an aid for quitting.
Quit medications for the treatment of cancer or other diseases that cause respiratory, digestive, or mental health problems.
Quit anything that is not approved for use as a cessation or aid in quitting.
Quit electronic nicotine products that have a negative effect on your health or are designed for a nicotine addiction.
Quit an e cigarette, but remember that if you use a cessation device, you are breaking the law and are risking your