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Removing yourself from the situation that is causing you stress very often helps to reduce it.
Taking time out for several deep breaths can really make you feel better. Try counting to 10.
A nicotine craving lasts for under a minute if you take your mind off it. Walking away and taking deep breaths will help. So will sipping on water or getting more active.
Listen to music.
A big part of why people find it difficult to quit is because they miss something to do with their hands. Find something different that won’t cost you a fortune or be likely to make you ill. In years to come, you’ll be so glad you did it now.
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