Ever find yourself craving a cigarette or dip and wondering why you quit tobacco in the first place? It is normal to crave tobacco when you quit, and the cravings can be strong. Challenge yourself to take a step back and remember what motivated you to quit. Any of these reasons sound familiar?
Reminding yourself why you quit tobacco can help you stay quit during tough moments or days. You may even find new reasons to stay quit after you’ve been at it for a few weeks, such as:
Quitting tobacco is something to feel proud of – not just for you, but for those around you such as family and friends. As you continue along your quit journey, take note of the new and wonderful things you can do and feel now that you are tobacco free. Update your quit plan with new reasons to stay quit and keep pushing forward! Here’s one way to remember why you quit:
But remember that most journeys come with potential hiccups. Don’t give up if you:
You can still quit…and stay quit for life. Check out the other articles under the “How to Quit” section to prepare for other situations you may face during your quit. We have a ton of tips to help you stay on track!