3. Take up some exercise

If you’re trying to stop smoking, get down to the gym. Studies show that even short periods of physical activity, especially aerobic exercise, reduce the urge to smoke. Aerobic exercise is physical activity that makes you sweat, causes you to breathe harder, and gets your heart beating faster. It strengthens your heart and lungs. Walking, swimming, running, dancing, cycling, and boxing are a few types of aerobic exercise. Smokers often experience shortness of breath with physical activity. But after you’ve quit, you’ll probably notice that it’s becoming easier to exercise. That’s because your lung function gets better when you’re not smoking.

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4. Change your drink

Water helps keep you healthy in a number of ways. When it comes to quitting smoking, it can be one of your most fluid friends. The same study looked at drinks. Fizzy drinks, alcohol, cola, tea and coffee all make cigarettes taste better. So when you’re out, drink more water and juice. Some people find simply changing their drink. Some quitters experience headaches during their first few weeks of going smokefree due to nicotine withdrawal. Because staying properly hydrated has been found to help ease headache pain for certain individuals.

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