merline, quit coach
12 Sep 2018
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22 Jul 2019
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of all, congratulations on your quit.
saying “ I just wanted to put my pledge in writing" I realize how
important it was for you to quit and many thanks for taking the time to share your
pledge in writing with us.
everything is going so far ?
We want to help you find different ways to
cope with stress in order to remain smoke-free forever. Here are a
few ideas you might find helpful. Try one or more to learn what works for you.
Our bodies respond to stress by releasing
hormones that increase your heart rate and raise your blood pressure.
Practicing relaxation techniques, like the ones below, may improve your health
and help you handle your stress in positive ways.
Take a few slow, deep breaths—in through
your nose, out through your mouth. You will feel your body start to relax.
Being active sends out natural chemicals that help your mood and reduce your
stress. Sometimes a short walk is all it takes to relieve stress. And walking
You don’t have to deal with stress alone.
Share your feelings with friends, family, and other important people in your
life who are able to support you in staying smokefree.
Make an extra effort to take care of
yourself. This includes basic things like eating a balanced diet, drinking lots
of water, and getting enough sleep.
Remain smoke-free is better for you and your baby!
Feel free to call us at 1-877-513-5333 for more support.
Last modified on 22 Jul 2019 20:41 by merline, quit coach