By Joseph Erban
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For example, smokers might have one or two cigarettes with their morning tea or coffee. Or, 53 smokers may connect smoking with driving to work. As well, smokers may link their smoking with relaxing and socializing with other smokers. Those events, which are connected with smoking, might trigger or cause smokers to want to smoke once they quit. One way to avoid wanting to smoke on your quit date is to change your routine, or to simply avoid those events, people or situations that have been associated with your past smoking pattern.
Geneva, World Health Organization, 2008 2. Action on smoking and health (ASH) fact sheet, Smoking statistics: Illness and death, November 2008. : The Epidemiology of smoking: Health consequences and benefits of cessation. : 2;1-9. 3. : Uncovering the effects of smoking: historical perspective. ; The health-related quality-of-life of never smokers, ex-smokers and light, moderate, and heavy smokers. S Department of Health and Human Services. The health consequences of smoking: Nicotine addiction a report of the surgeon general.
Given the high rate of relapse, it is important to eventually prepare for events, which may cause you to go back to smoking. Pay particular attention to difficult situations that still cause you to want to smoke. These could be strong emotions such as depression, anxiety or anger. Or, they could be social situations where smoking is permitted, such as on vacation or the holiday season. Stress appears as an 60 important trigger that makes people want to re-start smoking. Whatever the case may be, it is important to develop a philosophy that will dispute your wanting to go back to smoking.
Be Smoke Free by Joseph Erban