Re-Learn Habit

Identify Triggers and Track Cigarettes

Re-learning Habit starts with listing out your personal smoking triggers. Triggers are the things that make you want to smoke, like having a cup of coffee, driving or dealing with stress. When you re-learn life without cigarettes, you’ll re-learn how to deal with all of these things without lighting up.

Common Triggers

Here are some of the most common things that make people want to smoke. Coffee? Driving? Stress? Yep, they’re all here. Take a look and see which ones make you reach for a cigarette. And if one of your triggers isn’t included here, be sure to enter it in below.

  • Stop Smoking with your Coffee

    Coffee

    Remove
  • Quit Drinking and Smoking

    Drinking

    Remove
  • Stop Smoking After a Meal

    After a Meal

    Remove
  • Stop Smoking and Driving

    Driving

    Remove
  • Remove Cigarettes from Morning Routine to Quit Smoking

    Morning Routine

    Remove
  • Don't Smoke When Kids Argue

    When Kids Argue

    Remove
  • Stop Smoking After Sex

    Sex

    Remove
  • Stress without cigarettes

    Stress

    Remove
  • Friends Who Smoke when you are Quitting Smoking

    Friends Who Smoke

    Remove
  • Avoid Certain Old Smoking Locations

    Certain Locations

    Remove
  • Celebrating Without a Cigarette

    Celebrating

    Remove
  • Relaxing without Smoking

    Relaxing

    Remove
  • Mornings without a Cigarette

    Mornings

    Remove
  • Quit Smoking when Feeling Blue

    Feeling Blue

    Remove
  • Deal with  Jerk-face Boss Without Smoking

    Your Jerk-face Boss

    Remove
  • Quit Smoking without Fighting with a Friend

    Fighting with a Friend

    Remove
  • Stop Smoking Feeling Bored

    Feeling Bored

    Remove
  • Quit Smoking when Paying Bills

    Paying Bills

    Remove

Cigarette Tracker

Tracking your cigarettes is an important step. It gives you a better idea of when and why you smoke. Why is this a big deal? Well, if you better understand the times of day or the things that trigger your cravings, the EX Plan can help you re-learn how to deal with them without a cigarette. All of which means you’ll be better prepared for your quit day.

Once you've tracked your cigarettes, check out your stats. The more cigarettes you track, the more you'll learn to help you prepare for your quit day.

Use the Cigarette Tracker below to list out every cigarette you smoke in a day. Note what triggered you to smoke and how strong the urge was. If you can't remember all of your cigarettes right now, use a piece of paper to keep track of the cigarettes you smoke tomorrow. Then enter them into the tracker. Or use our EX mobile app to keep track of your cigarettes on the go - you can download it here.

Current stats

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