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Becoming a non-smoker checklist

So you have stuck it out through the good the bad and the downright ugly – congratulations!

I've you've been quit for a little while you've likely started to enjoy the health and financial benefits. You're a non-smoker.

How to embrace being a non-smoker and stay quit for good:

  • You know what your triggers are and how to avoid them.

  • You aren’t phased when you are out with mates who still smoke.

  • You know that a slip-up isn’t the end of the world! It doesn’t have to lead back into full-time smoking.

  • You’ve found new ways to manage stress.

  • You actually call yourself a non-smoker or an ex-smoker.

  • You’ve accepted that you might still get cravings out of the blue. They can still pop up when you are in a situation or place where you used to smoke – so watch out and be ready.

  • You have an emergency plan – to call a friend or walk around the block – just in case. 

  • You know Quitline is also there, just in case. Request a Quitline callback

  • You know what your warning signs are and will get help if they start to build up.

  • You appreciate your body recovering and all the benefits that come with it. 

  • You will reward yourself for what you have achieved. Use the money you’ve saved to spoil yourself with a holiday or some new clothes.

  • You’re officially a non-smoker now!

Staying quit

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