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    13 Best Quit-Smoking Tips Ever
    atti_editor posted:
    Have you tried (or will you try) any of the tips explained in this slideshow? What works for you?
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    rosecastillo_favio responded:
    I quit so many times and finally succeded.. Over 3 years now since i gave it up..
    I used Wellbutrin(prescription medication) prescribed by my Doctor.. It will be 4 years Smoke free in September of 2015..
    I tried will power, changing my habits(routines) patches etc...
    Nothing worked besides the Wellbutrin and the will finally to give it up..
    I am very active too, so that helps..I go to the gym 3 days a week and work out at home the other 3 days, ie..ride my recumbent bike and do free weights on the days i do not go to the gym.. 6 days a week I exercise in some form.. Eat Healthy!!
    impacts responded:
    Why isn't the use off electronic cigarettes in the Quit Smoking Tips?

    I can tell from personal experience since this was the only thing that worked for me.
    I live in the Netherlands and I found a site in Dutch that really helped me quit smoking .


    garywolf responded:
    I have quit many times as a 20 year smoker and it was never as easy or successful long term until I switched to a vape pen.

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