1. Give yourself a Reason to Quit:
There are more than enough reasons to quit smoking, beginning with the list of over 50 different diseases including lung cancer, heart disease and impotence and baldness.
2. Get a Motivational Factor:
A motivational Factor will be ideal because quitting smoking can be challenging. But what if you were quitting to be able to help others quit, such that your success story can be a reference point and you can even join organizations or startup a support programme or a campaign for those trying to quit. Your smoking may cause your loved ones pain, how about quitting to make them happy or staying alive and healthy for them.
3. Talk to a Doctor
4. Get Help
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