Addicted as they are, there are some smokers who are looking for a way out. But how do you quit cold turkey? Our advice will help you to get rid of it.

A desire to change and the right reasons

Quitting smoking starts long before the last cigarette is smoked. It starts with awareness. Tired of feeling addicted to tobacco? For more informations, check this out.  Are you worried about your health? Are the people around you affecting you? Conditions can vary. In general, it is a simple and spontaneous desire to change, to stop smoking and to become a "new person" that prevails. A motivational project is then formed to change the course of your life. Quitting smoking should not be a passing fad, it should be based on deep reasons. Depending on your situation and your temperament, you will find one or more reasons. 

Quitting 

The last cigarette: there is no ritual. Set a key date in advance (birthday, etc.). Be persistent and don't hesitate to tell your friends and family about the date you have chosen. Quitting smoking is a visible gesture that signifies the decision not to light up another cigarette. You will symbolically go from smoker to non-smoker in an instant. However, choose a good time for your last cigarette. For example, at the beginning of the day. Avoid making hasty decisions or decisions during times of stress.

Withdrawal

The hardest part begins: withdrawal. The effects of the physical addiction to nicotine begin to fade after a few weeks. On the other hand, the effects of the behavioral addiction may take longer and may not disappear completely. The best way to overcome this difficult phase is to use nicotine replacement therapy, which is available in pharmacies in the form of gum or patches. Unlike cigarettes, where the effect of nicotine is rapid (the substance reaches the brain in 7 seconds and is completely delivered at the end of the cigarette), substitutes diffuse the substance slowly (it takes 30 minutes to reach the brain), which helps the body to feel the discomfort.