Do I need a plan to stop smoking? - A Guide to Stop Smoking

No but they do help. Start by writing down the day you are going to quit smoking and then work from that. This can include a set of motivations for stopping smoking (more money, better health etc) as well as a list of the pro’s and con’s.

We think you will find that there are no positive aspects of smoking but plenty of negative ones.

This is a useful aid when things are getting tough or you need a reminder as to why you are giving up smoking.

If you are the type of person who enjoys making lists then you will be familiar with this approach and are likely to stick at it. But if you are not good at lists or not that keen then talk to a specialist adviser, for example, someone at a local NHS ‘stop smoking’ clinic or their smoking helpline. They will be more than able to help you put together a stop smoking plan.

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