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Updated August 2, 2017
Instead of using tobacco, use the 4 D's
Delay Distract yourself by reading, listening to music, etc.
Drink Water Six to eight glasses every day Try to avoid alcohol and coffee
Deep Breath Take a few deep breaths Take a one-minute vacation
Do Something Different Anything but smoke! Chew gum, eat carrots, get out of the tempting situation, visit a nonsmoking friend, take a walk.