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Planning to quit smoking this Stoptober? Get organised!

Stoptober is nearly here! With the many health concerns surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s never been a better time to pack in the cigarettes. If you, like many others, are planning to quit smoking this October, then good on you! You’ll soon be enjoying the many benefits that come from looking after your health in this way.

But you may also be feeling quite anxious about quitting smoking too. That’s fine and totally normal. Your best chances of success lie in your planning and preparation, so read on to find out how maximise your chances of success!

#1 - Find a quitting buddy

Giving up smoking is hard – you know that already. But it’s a lot easier if you can find yourself a friend who is in a similar boat to you. You can encourage each other, and give each other a pep talk when you’re thinking of caving in. If you don’t know anyone around you then you can always look at forums online. Accountability is a great motivator for breaking any habit – you don’t want to be the person who cracks first!

#2 - Do your research

Spend a little time online reading up on the many dangers of smoking tobacco, and you’ll soon find yourself with extra motivation. Print out a list of the many benefits of stopping smoking and put it somewhere that’s always to hand when you’re feeling weakened.

#3 - Get into vaping

Some people find that the physical act of smoking is harder to give up than beating the nicotine cravings. These people find that taking up vaping helps them stay off the cigarettes. Vaping has been proved to be far safer than smoking, and it doesn’t smell like smoking does either! With vaping, you’re able to control the amount of nicotine that you are taking in, and gradually reduce it so you can wean yourself off slowly. You’ll also be able to choose from a wide range of flavours, each of which smells better than tobacco!

#4 - Track your progress

Each day you stay off the cigarettes is a minor victory, and you should feel good about that! There are lots of apps which you can install on your phone that track your progress, remind you of the many benefits of quitting smoking and let you know how well you’ve done so far. The NHS has a Quit Smoking app which many people are turning to in order to support themselves through the process.

GOOD LUCK!

Nobody said that quitting smoking was going to be easy, but the good news is that if you get yourself fully prepared, by 1st October you’re going to stand the very best chances of success. Here at Ohm Brew, we wish you the very best of luck, and we’re here to support your switch to vaping too, so you’re not alone. If you are feeling up to trying out vaping for the first time and need more information then visit our ‘Make The Switch’ section.

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