Help to stop smoking

10) Tips to help you quit

  • Remember all smokers are different.
  • Prepare to quit- make a plan.
  • If you have tried to quit but it did not work first time, try again using different support.
  • Involve family and friends if this helps.
  • Know the triggers that make you think about cigarettes (e.g. first thing in morning or after a meal).
  • Be prepared to change your habits around smoking behaviour like – what to do with your hands, how to cope if you are with others who are smoking.
  • Plan healthy alternatives.
  • Pick support and therapy that suits you- there are lots to choose from!
  • Reward your success- be good to yourself!!
CHSS supports the Charter for a smoke free generation in Scotland by 2034 to protect young people and support positive health choices.

CHSS supports the Charter for a smoke free generation in Scotland by 2034 to protect young people and support positive health choices.

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