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MONDAY, Aug. 15, 2016 (HealthDay News) Money may help some smokers stub out their cigarettes for good, a new study suggests. Among hundreds of poor smokers, continued payments helped more than one third kick the habit long term, Swiss researchers found. The maximum amount doled out was $1,650. Paying Smokers to Quit May Pay Off Among hundreds of poor smokers, continued payments helped more than one third kick the habit long term, Swiss researchers found.

The maximum amount doled out was $1,650. Even after incentive payments stopped at six months, those paid to quit were more likely to stay off cigarettes. At six months, 36 percent of the paid group still hadn’t smoked, compared with 6. MONDAY, Aug.

15, 2016 (HealthDay News) Money may help some smokers stub out their cigarettes for good, a new study suggests. Among hundreds of poor smokers, continued payments helped more than one third kick the habit long term, Swiss researchers found. The maximum amount doled out was $1,650. Paying people to stop smoking is a very effective method of getting them to quit, a large review of studies has found.

The meta-analysis, in the Cochrane Reviews, covered 33 trials and included. Each study offered some type of financial incentive for quitting smoking—including self-deposits (meaning the participants paid themselves for quitting), vouchers for goods, or cash. The total. Financial incentives may boost smoking cessation rates.

Large Verdict Awarded to Patient After Unnecessary Surgery; Advice Line Clinicians Fail to Recognize Seriousness of Patient’s Complaints. Money may help some smokers stub out their cigarettes for good, a new study suggests. Large financial incentives. Among hundreds of poor smokers, continued payments helped more than one third kick. Paying Smokers to Quit Really Works While these numbers may seem small, it is important to note that quitting smoking is difficult and often requires many attempts.

Money could help some smokers stub out their cigarettes for good, according to a story by Steven Reinberg for HealthDay citing the findings of a new study. Swiss researchers were said to have found that among hundreds of financially poor smokers, continued payments helped more than one third of them quit smoking for six months.

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That said, numerous studies have also shown that cigarette smokers can derive benefit by quitting at any age (U.S. Public Health Service, Office of the Surgeon General, 1989).

“The Handbook of Health Behavior Change, Third Edition” by Sally A. Shumaker, PhD, Judith K. Ockene, PhD, MEd, MA, Kristin A. Riekert, PhD
from The Handbook of Health Behavior Change, Third Edition
by Sally A. Shumaker, PhD, Judith K. Ockene, PhD, MEd, MA, Kristin A. Riekert, PhD
Springer Publishing Company, 2008

But not every smoker will value each of these benefits.

“Essentials of Public Health Communication” by Claudia Parvanta, David E. Nelson, Sarah A. Parvanta, Richard N. Harner
from Essentials of Public Health Communication
by Claudia Parvanta, David E. Nelson, et. al.
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2010

In another study, smokers taking part in savings schemes were more likely to give up if, on proving they had quit, they were given access to their savings.

“Foundations for Health Promotion E-Book” by Jennie Naidoo, Jane Wills
from Foundations for Health Promotion E-Book
by Jennie Naidoo, Jane Wills
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

The actual benefits realised by such campaigns also depend on the success of efforts to induce current smokers to quit, as well as from those discouraging non-smokers from starting, and this is hard to predict.

“Essential Epidemiology: An Introduction for Students and Health Professionals” by Penny Webb, Chris Bain, Andrew Page
from Essential Epidemiology: An Introduction for Students and Health Professionals
by Penny Webb, Chris Bain, Andrew Page
Cambridge University Press, 2017

Recent studies with microlevel data have found that higher cigarette prices increase the probability that a current adult smoker will make an attempt to quit (Levy, Romano, and Mumford 2005) and that a young adult smoker will stop smoking (Tauras 2004b).

“Ending the Tobacco Problem: A Blueprint for the Nation” by Institute of Medicine, Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice, Committee on Reducing Tobacco Use: Strategies, Barriers, and Consequences, Robert B. Wallace, Kathleen Stratton, Richard J. Bonnie
from Ending the Tobacco Problem: A Blueprint for the Nation
by Institute of Medicine, Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice, et. al.
National Academies Press, 2007

With no incentives, the proportion of smokers trying to quit who are still abstaining six months later is about 0.06.

“Statistics: Unlocking the Power of Data” by Robin H. Lock, Patti Frazer Lock, Kari Lock Morgan, Eric F. Lock, Dennis F. Lock
from Statistics: Unlocking the Power of Data
by Robin H. Lock, Patti Frazer Lock, et. al.
Wiley, 2016

A pint a day raises a man’s pay; but smoking blows that gain away.

“Handbook of Health Economics” by Mark V. Pauly, Thomas G. McGuire, Pedro Pita Barros
from Handbook of Health Economics
by Mark V. Pauly, Thomas G. McGuire, Pedro Pita Barros
Elsevier Science, 2011

Helping them stop may make a real contribution to the reduction and cost of smoking related disease (UICC, 1969).

“Treating Addictive Behaviors: Processes of Change” by William R. Miller, Nick Heather
from Treating Addictive Behaviors: Processes of Change
by William R. Miller, Nick Heather
Springer US, 2013

To return to our example, the decline in smoking can be documented as a net change of 23 cigarettes, on average, per client.

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from Program Evaluation for Social Workers: Foundations of Evidence-Based Programs
by Richard M. Grinnell, Peter A. Gabor, Yvonne A. Unrau
Oxford University Press, 2015

The remaining smoking-related costs are borne by nonsmokers.

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  • My Dad was a HEAVY smoker for over 47 years. He tried just about anything to quit and finally quit early 2020! He used a product I got doing a trip to France. I will try and locate it the information hoping it could help others. Good luck to anyone trying! Trust me when my Dad can stop than ANYONE can stop.

  • I’m 29 years old. I’ve been smoking since 14. Wish me luck. I’ll keep this updated each day.

    Day 2: I caved in but I won’t give up. Slowly but surely.

  • I quit cold turkey 7 yrs ago. No guidance from anyone. Did it on my own. No cravings at all. But the key is avoid even a single puff.

  • The patches literally burned my skin,the lozenges,and gums taste like your eating a cigarette apposed to smoking it and after my many failed attempts to quit,at this point my only option is eating a bullet!!!��

  • I quit smoking
    Using only one thing white pepper
    It all thanks to ayurveda
    Chew the seven seed and drink one glass warm water
    If you’ve strong will you will end up leaving within 2 weeks if not than 1 month max

  • It takes longer but yah im on month 3 and it still bugs me. But watching this video is why I stopped will never touch it again. Its all about that one. Why can’t you just stop and say nooo more last ones why cant that last one been 10 minutes ago. Just stop.

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  • Hopefully everyone who smokes or has done something containing nicotine like realize that its really bad for you just by doing something to do with it is risking your health and lungs basically your whole body in general im not telling you what to do if you do something containing nicotine just giving you a little bit of advice or knowledge of what it can do to you i might not know you but i love you no matter what and hope the best for you not to just those people with the addiction to everyone in general

  • Smoking and drinking.. cold turkey Day 2 for me diabetes is a high risk. And i have a grand daughter i want to be able to take on walks and hikes

  • Idk why for people it’s so hard to quit stuff their ‘addicted’ to. Like if I wanted to stop doing something I could just tell myself to not do it and a week or two of not doing it my brain has adjusted to not crave it anymore.

  • Hey everyone, the greatest results that I have had was by using the Quit Smoking Crusher (just google it) without a doubt the most useful plan that I’ve followed.

  • What drives me crazy is when you recommend Allen Carr’s book to quit smoking, saying that is all you need, then recommend to your viewer to sip water or chew gum. Carr explicitly forbids substitutes. I read the version for Women and the book works but he rejects your emphasis on cravings and substitutes. Poor research

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  • i hit a juul when i was 14 not even knowin what nicotine was. im 17 now. i rip tobacco through a bong every 20 mins. my lungs ache often and sumtimes i cant get a breath more than halfway into my lungs. i feel as if im suffocating when this happens n i’ve come very close to passin out many times because of this problem.. please dont make the same mistake so many others have,, you dont wanna be 17 with nicotine induced asthma you dont want that at any age or anything worse cus this is jus the start for me.. it jus aint worth it n that buzz ya’ll kids get from your vapes aint gonna last forever,, n please listen to me on this never rip tobacco through a bong its like the heroin of tobacco it destroyed every aspect of my life right down to my sleep schedule cus my body couldn’t even wait a full nights rest to rip that shit anymore. i’ve seen it happen to more than myself. good luck quitting n good luck avoiding peer pressure

  • This was great, thanks, I’ve been looking for “stop smoking support uk” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of Mackorny Smoking Escape Blueprint (do a google search )? Ive heard some super things about it and my mate got great success with it.

  • This program kind of works with one’s brain chemistry to change it like you’ve never smoked before, kills your urge to even want a cigarette coulc.it/quitsmoke. I have never had such feelings before.

  • I’ve tried the patches ended up smoking again 10 months later. now I’m forced to quit smoking thanks to the laws being changed so i guess ill try cold turkey although i do have nicotine gum to help out if needed…

  • I have quit smoking 2 times for about 8-9 months in 2015-2016. It always gets difficult during winters and the end of the year when we have so many celebrations and events. But I can go cold turkey again for 8-9 months no problem for me but I just need to survive a whole year without it and go through all events in life and celebration for a whole year then I won’t be needing it anymore.

  • Ugh I have such a really bad habit 1 pack of cigarettes a day and it’s bad on my finance $10 a pack adds up I started rolling cigarettes now I just want to quit completely I’m tired of this….. I’m concerned about my health I need help like really bad but I need somewhere to start…

  • Cheers for this, I’ve been looking for “how to help a person quit smoking” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about Mackorny Smoking Escape Blueprint ( search on google )? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my neighbour got cool success with it.

  • The main thing about quitting is getting the nicotine OUT OF YOUR SYSTEM..not putting more in! Even lowering the doses isn’t much help because your still craving nicotine. I smoked a pack a day for 35 years and quit cold turkey. It was insanely hard but I started it on my 3 weeks of holidays so I wouldn’t chew someone’s head off at work…lol. I had to train my brain to learn to function my body without nicotine as the nicotine releases dopamine to give you that nice comfortable security feeling…believe me I have done a lot of research on what nicotine does to the brain and how it affects it. It is tough at first but if you can hang in there after 3 months it got easier and easier and whats 3 months after being a slave to cigarettes for 35 years! GOOD LUCK TO ALL. I will add this… vigorous exercise helped and watch what you eat, have a meal plan! AND ABOVE ALL…have a plan on what to do for those cravings..for me it was immediately go brush my teeth then drink a glass or two of ice water straight down the hatch..lol..I even kept toothbrush and paste at work in my locker. and VAPING AIN’T the answer either that’s also bad for your heart and lungs!

  • I’m 15 years old I smoked for a whole year and I stopped by telling people that I want to stop so I will feel shy if I go back again

  • “I only smoke when i drink alcohol”, to “just one cigarette in a day”, to “just one packet in a day”, to “I am not addicted as i only smoke when i am in hostel, I don’t smoke when i am at home”, During this quarantine time i haven’t smoked since march2020 because i am at home. I am a man of my word ����

  • hi everyone,if anyone else wants to learn about how to give up smoking try Letza Quiter Lessons(should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some great things about it and my neighbor got cool results with it.

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  • I don’t know how this little gay guy is going to manage to go to clubs and hang out in gay circles without smoking? 80-90% of my gay friends smoke….so good luck with that!

  • Hi I never liked smoking for many deffrent reason but after a while hanging out with friends i realized I’m addicted
    Something tock place with me after!
    And i stoped for about 3 years then after started ones again now its been one month
    But boy i tell youh temptation is like an enmy
    I’m still trying to quit?

  • SERIOUSLY….THE BEST WAY TO STOP IS COLD TURKEY, CAUSE WHY KEEP PUTTING THE NICOTINE INTO YOUR SYSTEM WITH THESE SO CALLED AIDS? THE IDEA IS TO GET RID OF THE NICOTINE THEN THE HARD PART FOLLOWS…BREAKING THE HABIT BECAUSE BELIEVE ME THE HABIT OF SMOKING IS 1000 TIMES WORSE THAN THE ADDICTION TO NICOTINE!! PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING I DID IN MY LIFE..I SMOKED WHILE DOING IT! YOU HAVE TO CHANGE YOUR THINKING AND HABITS AND POSSIBLY YOUR ROUTINES.GOOD LUCK TO ALL

  • Every individual is different. Everyone will have different experiences. But something in common. Thats nicotine is highly addictive. You have to pass through thousands of cravings, which will push you to smoke. Miserable cravings.
    I will give you a small advice,
    Try “ONE DAY AT A TIME”
    Overcome that one day…..
    Then again add one day……
    again, ONE DAY AT A TIME
    it worked for me.
    Best of Luck ��

  • Bro I just quit by “ cold turkey “. I have been smoke free since 155 days. There is no secret, just quit and never look back �� smoking is deadly, it kills right away��

  • I have smoked on and off for about 5 years, and I have just quit again. But It’s the social side of it and drinking etc that lures me back. But I am hoping this time I will have some success as the habit really does make feel terrible. I have a partner that hates it. And the guilt of doing it has made me want to quit. Hoping to stay smoke free from now on

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  • Dr. Kimo’s Quit smoking program, with it’s unique and high-quality natural medicine, has been documented to be one of the most successful treatments for quit smoking and nicotine addiction. http://drkimo.no/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Quit-Smoking-References-Results-Dr-Kimo.pdf

  • Cheers for this, I been tryin to find out about “get paid to quit smoking uk” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Mackorny Smoking Escape Blueprint (do a search on google )? Ive heard some super things about it and my cousin got cool results with it.

  • Many thanks, been searching for “acs smoking cessation” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Mackorny Smoking Escape Blueprint (do a search on google )? Ive heard some great things about it and my mate got amazing success with it.

  • Bro ok so dis vid reminds me of a lighter and it reminds me of fire and it reminded me of these dumb ass kids on my bus, we were driving and a fuckin house was smoking and it started to burn down and u could see the smoke and the kids on my bus we making jokes and laughing about it, WHO TF LAUGHS AT A HOUSE BUNRING DOWN

  • I’m only 13 and I smoke I started at 9 I quit for a year and then started again my last cigarette was 10 minutes ago but it was only 3 puffs and I thew it out im quitting for good

  • Hi everybody! This is my first day i stopped smoking. Im 18 i started smoking at 14. This is really hard because i still need nicotine in my body to feel good. Today i bought a vape and i bought some vape liquid with no nicotiene. Im smocking on the vape to smoke. But as long as it does not have nicotine i think it does not give me addiction. I hope i will be strong enough to stop completelly.

  • The best alternative I’ve seen to like distract yourself from having to puff a cigarette is exercising or even doing anything and everything else other than lifting a cigarette. Like a hobby or something that really interests you.

  • Here’s to quitting for real this time �� I will no longer be dependent on nicotine from this day forth (fellow viewers I encourage you to spam me in these comments to ensure I keep my word) ��

  • Cheers for this, I have been researching “smoking cessation houston tx” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about Mackorny Smoking Escape Blueprint (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some great things about it and my buddy got great success with it.

  • I thought you said that she would would 100% quit smoking no matter what so why are you sucking her into vaping when that is bad to

  • After over 40 years of smoking, I decided to quit two weeks ago, I find it extremely hard but have decided now to quit because my chest hurts…..wish me luck!!

  • my friends and i always joke around saying like “no i don’t want a cigarette, i quit smoking” “hahaha since yesterday?” “no, since an hour ago lol” and we just keep doing it, but it just shows how we have a little piece of consciousness that knows how bad it is for us

  • I quit smoking because I was quarantined because I was positive of COVID-19. It’s been a month already since I stop smoking I hope I can continue this.

  • First of all just keep a count on how many cigarettes you smoke per day. Lets take you smoke 10 cigs a day, then the first week reduce 1, that is 9 cigs per day for the whole week. Then reduce one more and so on. Just keep reducing one cig every week. The number of cigs you smoke the same number of weeks it will take for you to quit. I used to smoke 15 cigs a day. Now its been 8 weeks and now i have come down to 7 cigs. Hopefully will quit completely in a few couple of weeks.

    Above all you need that strong mind and the urge to quit. Nothing is stronger than your mind. All the best to all who are trying to quit.

  • Not certain about the points made but,if anyone else wants to uncover how to give up smoking try Lomonting Quick Cease Mentor(Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? Ive heard some great things about it and my work buddy got cool results with it.

  • Listen, it doesn’t matter when you quit smoking, it’s always going to be very hard to get through, so might as well make those days starting now. It won’t get easier, it will always lie to you, telling you that you need it, want it, enjoy it. But you have to just say bye. hang on through the bad days and get over it

  • Best advice for quitting smoking is follow your mindset that you can
    .. I was smoker from age of 14 and now I’m 20 stopped like 3 months ago and I’m proud of myself

  • I used to smoke for 4 years and never had the thought of quitting but I wasn’t even addicted to it and had times were I chainsmoked like 3-4 packages a day because I just liked it. After 4 years I thought “it’s actually a waste of money if I don’t really even need it”, so I didn’t even stopped for health reasons. I was not even like “this is my last cigarette”, I just stopped and it has been a year now since I smoked them. Most of my friends smoke and I hang out with them or even roll them some without a thought of trying another cigarette. It really feels better without it

  • I’ve been smoking for 5 years and I’m 23 recently I fell in love with a perfect guy and he cares about me and that feels great so I thought I have to care about myself so I can be happy and energetic to have my first baby with him

  • Just wonderful, been searching for “support to quit smoking cigarettes” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Mackorny Smoking Escape Blueprint ( search on google )? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my friend got amazing results with it.

  • I quit cold turkey. I think quitting cold turkey is the easiest. Because only the first 3-7 days are difficult and then you are over it. Whereas, quitting gradullay takes forever and becomes a constant fight.

  • 1 week since my last cigarette, I was not a heavy smoker, I used to smoke 6-7 cigarettes a day from past 5 years.
    My trick of quitting is that I kept thinking about negative impacts of smoking everytime I used to lit up cigarette and that really helped me to quit, fingers crossed that I’ll be able to continue the journey, best of luck and wishes to everyone who is struggling hard to quit.

  • I’ve been smoking for the past 2 years and I don’t think I’m addicted at all I don’t know how, I smoke because I want to and if I wanted to stop I easily could sometimes I can go days without cigarettes and I don’t feel a need to have them so I smoke only when I feel like it

  • It’s been 2 months since I quit smoking & now I realised it’s my friend circle I need to change 1st, bcoz they r making me to smoke cigarettes with them,

  • Idk if im an addict or not been smoking for 5 years, but I didnt have ciggaretes for like 2 weeks and it didnt even bother me. But whenever i got a pack of ciggaretes i can smoke all of them in 6 hours

  • It’s been 4 days since I smoked my last cigarette
    I’m head feels heavy I get angry real quick I’m sleepy all the time my eyes open half
    Don’t know what the is happening to me
    Need help

  • Quit smoking cold turkey November,24th 2019 after a heart attack at 54. So much nicer not to deal with that stink and people walking away from me for the smell. I have the energy do do so many things now that I couldnt do before because I get tierd fast. How I quit? After sufering the first 3 days. I didnt want to have to do them 3 days again. So not even a puff, nothing. Never again will a stink stick will touch my mouth.

  • My success story of quitting smoking, I touch bible and prayed and took promise not to smoke again and also told lord to take care of me while I needed him it’s true I have done it amem❤

  • I know that most of you are probably going to miss this message but I’ve tried this and it worked. Smoke free for 10 days now. It was the worst for the first 3 days I took Long naps to avoid thinking about smoking. But then I realised the first 3 days is basically breaking the habit. Every 3 days you’ll be able to see the difference and work from it. I started replacing the old routine such as smoking with newer ones. Before you know it you’ll be completely clean from it!!!

  • Dude what the hell is wrong with your mom? I thought at she would stop you from the Juul kids these don’t understand that Vaping will kill kids don’t get it until they end up in the hospital I’m currently in the hospital and have vaping lung disease it’s serious shit guys open your fucking eyes!!!

  • Thankyou for this beautiful video. Bed trying to quit and I always said when I was younger I wouldn’t get addicted but when you meet your love that doesn’t mind smoking. Everything gets worse!!!!

    Now we are having a baby and it’s time to quit. Quit 20 mins ago and it’s weird how it becomes addicting at the age of 20 instead of 16-18 because I brought a few pouches back then and didn’t enjoy it greatly so I stopped. Super weird.

  • First day I quit smoking cigarette. After 17 years smoking ( heavy smoker) I feel more courageous after reading the experiences of the people who done it

  • After watching this video and several others,
    I successfully quit on 9th August 2019 @10pm
    Today is 10th Aug 2020.
    I have successfully completed 1 year.
    In this 1 year I only took 1 puff ��
    Journey was great.
    My life no longer revolves around smoking.
    It is no longer a part of my personality.
    If you can find my comment which was posted 12 months back, you’ll see my everyday struggle there.
    Before this one year, I had tried atleast 20 times to quit. I was one pack a day.
    It was very difficult in the beginning.
    Nicotine gums helped.
    My experience after one year is:
    I do not feel particularly happy,
    but I am not sad/miserable anymore.
    If you don’t find my 12 months back comment I’ll send you a screenshot.
    My advice to other smokers would be,
    Try to quit atleast 20 times before you give up.

    Life is waiting for you to quit cigarette, so it can shoot you up with real problems

  • Cheers for this, I been tryin to find out about “planning to quit smoking” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of Mackorny Smoking Escape Blueprint ( search on google )? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my mate got cool results with it.

  • I started smoking since when I was 12 years old, now I’m 19 and I really want to quit. Although my dad let me smoke as I want to maybe because he smokes too I guess or because he knew how it’s gonna be like to stop somebody who is addicted to cigarette from smoking it, I just wanna quite.
    Please I need your advices!
    Since when I started I only tried one time to stop smoking but I just did 1 day and a few hours.
    Are you wondering how I started smoking at that age???
    I’m from Africa and in Africa even a baby can buy cigarette once he got his money, That’s what actually going on in Africa, 90% of teens in my country smoke cigarette and weed but I stopped smoking weed for about one year and a few months ago as it’s not legal in NC and because I wanna accomplish my goal, also because my dad don’t want me to smoke it.

  • I quit smoking 5 months ago, I promised my wife when she got pregnant that Ill quit. (I used to smoke half a pack a day since I was 18 years old now I am 39)
    How I did it?, I just threw the pack of cigarettes, and that was it. it wasn’t easy though. it requires will power, the 1st week was so hard, and till now, when I see someone smoking, with coffee, or after lunch, I feel tempted to grab one, but I never do, and I will never do.
    Healthwise I feel more energetic, my mornings are way better, no smell, no coughing, still a little bit of Mucus sometimes. I gained up to 6Kg after quitting, so I bought a bicycle, to help get my weight back to normal, and I am avoiding carbs and sugar.
    Now I can go biking, up to 30 km in one trip.
    Wish me luck!

  • Kudos for the Video! Forgive me for chiming in, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you considered Qiyictoria Teyrooklyn Eradicator (do a search on google)? It is an awesome one off product for kissing goodbye to your smoking habit minus the hard work. Ive heard some decent things about it and my buddy after many years got great results with it.

  • I’ve been smoking for the last 3 years, I’m 19, and ‘quit’ smoking a few months back but I live with my mom and she is always more than happy to smoke with me, so at first it went from half a pack to 2 packs a day to a few cigs once a month but the past couple of weeks I’ve been smoking more and more. I didn’t even realize I was falling back into it again until rn lmao

  • I was addicted to juuling and a massive pot head last year buying weed every day smoking 24/7 10 blunts a day damn near and now I quit juuling I stopped smoking blunts completely and switched to joints. Now I’m working on limiting my weed by only hitting carts to get out of the habit of buying weed everyday

  • I’m not even planning to quit lol My GP recommends it of course but he pointed out I’m healthy in other ways; always exercising and ballroom dancing and eat a wholesome diet. I’m happy so far!
    Many heavy smokers survived long and died a natural death, like my grandfather who passed away aged 112, chances are everybody has an unhealthy habit.

  • Report this person he is supporting vaping which is 900000000000 times worse than smoking and he influences vaping he is breaking YouTube terms of service

  • I wish I could smoke wit my mom like this and get stoned but noooooo my mom is so uptight and she flips anytime she finds out ive been smoking

  • You literally fvcked up even more than you could. First you give her money and you make her use vape just after. She’s gonna be back on cigarettes pretty soon and she will probably never stop vaping or smoking. Also health risk associated with vaping are bad too so there’s no benefit for vape over cigs. Hope she will notice all this and will stop completely

  • Rocky makes a lot of sense to me. Reading story after story, video after video, I’d just roll my eyes. I’ll give it a shot. Thank you Rocky:]

  • This is just superb, I’ve been looking for “alcohol and nicotine withdrawal symptoms” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Paybigailon Unimaginable Prestige (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? It is a smashing exclusive product for discovering how to discovering how to quit smoking minus the hard work. Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my work buddy got excellent success with it.

  • it seems so weird because I smoke cigarettes like 5 sticks a day and didn’t have any cough and shortness of breath. I used to smoke meth back in the years. The craving still there but I didn’t go back to meth because all I think is “I don’t have money anymore” and I don’t go steal my mom’s wallet to buy meth. it was last 2016 when I smoked meth and became clean. However, for cigarettes, I felt chest pain back in the call center days in 2017 and began to quit and shift to vaping which the symptoms disappear, and if you touch a cig and smoke it. it’ll taste awful when I couldn’t afford ejuices I went back to Cigs. Cigarettes are my new challenge. I don’t have to worry about alcohol because I couldn’t afford it and I drink occasionally but smoking is daily for me since it’s cheaper. I’ll give this a try and I’ll post a vlog on my channel for the progress.

  • Thank you for this video. I dont need to stop. I just need to teach myself and encourage myself. Before taking ciggar. I must think first why i quit. And why am i doing this.

  • The problem is that I like smoking, I think it’s really nice when I’m holding it, I don’t want to quit the smoking that is the problem, I just can’t. Help, please help!!!! ��

  • Be honest, I never smoking cigarette and vape….. I really hate cigarette not only because it smells to death, also it’s very dangerous!! But I like Vape….. Idk why? But im scared to vaping because of recent users had occur vape exploded while using it…..
    Edit: even some cheap cigarettes might explode…..I think they put a gunpowder on it…..

  • I was 17 wen I started smoking. I used to smoke 18-20 cigarettes a day… For 8 months.. but then I stopped cause my parents came to know. Thanks to them I don’t smoke anymore. It’s been a year since I stopped…

  • I used to smoke around 20 cigarettes a day sometimes more than 20 or less than 20 I gave up after 18 years of continuous smoking I smoke my last cigarette on 17th October 2019 at 8:45 pm with my cousin it was a biggest challenge that i ever accepted in my life in result I started eating toffees and bubble gums but I gave up it too because I had to go once for teeth scaling.. on 2nd January 2020 my boss suddenly fired me from the job that was such a difficult time to control myself because I was going to buy a cigarette to release my anger my sorrow and stress but I controlled myself instantly and didn’t touch any cigarette.. in starting months I was not meeting only smokers now I can feel free to meet anyone.. that’s all depend on your intention your strong initiative one thing only keeping in your mind you can’t give up eating food drinking water you can’t get rid of like your built in needs of your body we were not born for cigarettes when a baby comes in the world he doesn’t know a cigarette we adopt this addiction willingly when we become addicted we give excuses to people that we can’t give up

  • I started smoking cigarettes at 10 every day 1 packet I feel fin no shortness of breath no coughing and I’m 35 plus the doctor tells me I’m in good shape

  • 15 years from now! I am really trying to survive corona right now! Forget cigarette! I don’t even know if I will be alive at the end of this year!

  • Great video content! Excuse me for the intrusion, I would love your thoughts. Have you ever tried Tarbbatigan Beyond Dreams Tip (erm, check it on google should be there)? It is a smashing one of a kind product for quitting smoking minus the hard work. Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my mate finally got cool success with it.

  • salamat po sa video mo boss,Ako po ay isang smoker mula edad ko na 14 hanggang ngayun 37,pero nagawa kong Tumigil sa paninigarilyo ngayun lang taon ng lumabas ang COVID19,pero bago yun dami kong sinubukan kung ano ano pero mahirap talaga laging mainit ang ulo ko,pero may isang herbal na nagpatigil sa akin sa paninigarilyo yun lang nakapagpatigil sa akin sa loob ng isang linggo,postahan tayo ikaw mismo ang aayaw sa cigarettes pag nasubukan nyo to,wala pa kayong nararamdaman na side effects, hanapin nyo nalang po sa channel ko nasa playlist paano Tumigil sa paninigarilyo. Magbigay din kayo feedback kung gumana po sa inyo. Gusto ko lang e share sa inyo dahil yun nakapagpatigil sa akin. At sa mga kasamahan ko sa construction lahat kami di na naninigarilyo laki na ng natitipid namin sa aming mga sahud.�� May tanim din kayo nyan sa bakuran nyo o sa kapitbahay nyo.

  • i just quit and after that smoked 2 pack and the next day i just lost all the urge,,, now i haven’t smoked for about a month and i actually don’t like it now

  • Read, ‘Allen Carr’s Easy way to stop Smoking’ I quit after 14 years of chain smoking. My friends and Brother stopped too. Read the book. You can smoke while reading that book. After finishing it, you’ll never want to smoke. This book Doesn’t contain scare tactics.

  • Thanks for the Video! Forgive me for butting in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you considered Qiyictoria Teyrooklyn Eradicator (do a search on google)? It is a great exclusive guide for kissing goodbye to your smoking habit without the hard work. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my good mate called Gray after a lifetime of fighting got astronomical results with it.

  • I’m on day 5 no cigarettes. I smoked a pack a day for ruffly 25 years. I hadn’t gone a day without smoking in 12 years. I’m so happy I’m doing this I already feel so much better. I feel so guilty I didn’t quit sooner but Im still so excited & ready for my new life ��

  • This is just superb, I have been researching “nicotine withdrawal symptoms chewing tobacco” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of Paybigailon Unimaginable Prestige (do a google search )? It is a smashing one of a kind guide for discovering how to discovering how to quit smoking without the headache. Ive heard some interesting things about it and my neighbour got excellent results with it.

  • hard for me to find the motivation to quit vaping as all the benefits of quitting smoking already happened by switching. Besides like having more money, cause it’s also a money sink.

  • Hey everyone, the greatest results that i’ve had was with the Quit Smoking Crusher (just google it) without a doubt the best plan that I have ever followed.

  • Its my 6 days,smoking free today
    And my secret is watching movies or drama in netflix in a whole day with family,just find out a habits that you forgot cigarretes,watch tom and jerry �� sharing memes in facebook theres a lot of habits that you can do.

    Just sharing my experience hehe

  • I quitted 2 weeks ago and bought a vaperizor, now im on 2mg nicotine. It’s not hard at all, but i need something for now for the habit!

  • Been trying to quit for 10+ years. Watched a video of the human mind 8 days ago and decided to make an imaginary switch in my mind. The switch was for smoking. I closed my eyes turned that switch off and it just clicked. Haven’t had the urge yet. Mind over matter! You got this people. Best of luck to anyone trying to quit! Stay Weird!

  • My friend + husband smoked 2.5 packs a day total. Bought my friend a $15 vape kit. 4 mos later $500 a month smoke habit is $10 a month for a pod kit. 90% drop in vaping. My friend does neither. Hubby vapes occasionally.

  • I smoked for twenty years. In the end i got bacterial pneumonia and those 3 weeks, i couldn’t smoke at all. Best thing that happened to me..as far as my smoking habit went.

  • I’ve been smoker since I’m 15. (30 this year) well, tbh, I did stop smoke for 2-3 years. But because of stress, I start it again..=(

  • hi Jimmy.
    I’m from India and I’m really impressed by your YouTube videos.
    very interesting 2 know that u don’t want anyone’s life to spoil addicted to harmful sh..t
    I thought all Americans usually uses all these.

  • just switch to blu ecigs. Stuff feels like inhaling thumb tacks and tastes like taking a bite into a lit camel. Made me never want to smoke again.

  • Soooo… my mom and dad did first “heal” 100% when my bigbro were 14 and I was 12? We have never seen them smoke, so this is really wired to think about.

  • Don’t know how people can get addicted to cigarettes. I have smoked alot, but i have never been addicted,, i think too much about what it does to my body

  • If you’re trying to quit and u do but then be like “well a lil puff won’t hurt me” NO don’t do it trust me it’s bad �� Im speaking from experience it’s not gonna be a lil puff you’re brain will still think about it.

  • I’m here to testify…. After smoking for 32 years. I stopped smoking three months ago and the best method for me was to do nothing at all. It is a mindset. Once I knew I wasn’t going to smoke again I got a sense of pride. And I felt great knowing I no longer smoke cigarettes. My breathing improves dramatically my taste and smells were more enhanced and to date I have saved almost $600

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    There is also vuse alto which is another goo type
    But my ultimate favorite is the lost vape Lyra