How to Quit Chewing Tobacco

How to Quit Chewing Tobacco There's no better time than now to quit chewing tobacco, so what are you waiting for? You will need Support Quit date Reward Gum or toothpicks New routine Doctor Internet access (optional) and nicotine replacement therapy (optional)

Chewing tobacco is a potent carcinogen Quit now to avoid chances of serious medical problems Step 1 Make the decision to get serious about quitting There are many online resources for quitting chewing tobacco

Do some internet research to determine what strategy will work best for you Step 2 Get a friend to help you with accountability Step 3 Set a quit date to stop chewing tobacco

Whether you quit cold turkey or do it gradually, select a final day to chew Step 4 Do something nice for yourself, like buying yourself a special gift You can afford it now that you're not spending all that money on chew If you are physically addicted to nicotine, use nicotine gum or other substitutes to help fight off cravings

Step 5 Get into a different chewing habit Chew gum or toothpicks Step 6 Mix up your routine to reduce the risk of relapse

Try new things, and for the first few weeks, don't put yourself in situations where you will be tempted to chew Step 7 Ask your doctor to prescribe something to help with cravings Step 8 Don't beat yourself up if you fall off the wagon

It may take more than one attempt to get off the chew for good Did you know Did you know? An estimated 78 million Americans use smokeless tobacco regularly

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