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    Quitting snuff
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    Chazo posted:
    What's the easiest way to quit using snuff?
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi Chazo,

    This article about quitting smokeless tobacco has some information that you may be interested in. Because your body craves the nicotine present in the smokeless tobacco, quitting it is just as hard as quitting smoking. You might find these 13 tips for quitting smoking helpful -- they can easily be adjusted to pertain to smokeless tobacco. Make sure that you have a solid support system, pick a quitting date and stick to it, find alternatives such as sugarless gum or sunflower seeds, and stay active while avoiding places, activities, and situations that will strengthen cravings.

    Best wishes!
    -Atti


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