Beat Tobacco Cravings

You know those things in your life that make you want to use tobacco? We want to track those triggers—morning routines, stress, coffee, relaxing, and others—so you can learn coping skills and make plans for how to deal with each one, tobacco-free.

There are lots of ways to deal with cravings. We're committed to helping you find the ones that work for you.

Whether you use cigarettes, chew, dip, or some other form of tobacco, each trigger you break brings you one step closer to quitting and staying quit.

When you're ready, set your quit date. This will give you the time you need to get ready—and give you something to work toward.

You've selected a quit date that's in the past

If you have already quit, you can use your My EX Plan page to help stay on track.

If you've selected ~DATE1~ by mistake, adjust it to a date in the future. We recommend somewhere between 2 and 4 weeks from today. This will give you time to prepare for your upcoming quit.

You've selected a quit date that's within the next two weeks…

Are you sure you're ready? Don't forget that you'll need time to re-learn life without cigarettes and prepare before the big day. To make sure you can get everything done, we recommend choosing this date 2-4 weeks from now, ~DATE1~.

If you still want to go with a Quit Date of ~DATE2~, click the button below. Otherwise, close this box and choose another date.

You've selected a quit date that's more than four weeks from now.

Are you sure you want to wait that long? If you think it's going to take you that long to re-learn life without cigarettes and prepare for the big day, then keep it. But in general we've found that having a quit date that's more than four weeks away can give you too much time to change your mind about quitting. So we recommend choosing a date 2-4 weeks from now, ~DATE1~.

If you still want to go with a Quit Date of ~DATE2~, click the button below. Otherwise, close this box and choose another date.

You're all ready to quit

Now that you've set your quit date, you'll move to the My EX Plan page. The My EX Plan page will be your home base as you re-learn life without cigarettes and quit smoking.

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