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Stopping smoking Part 2 (Teacher: Michael)

To your mouth something, to , sugar-free gum, or chew on a toothpick.

Third, the table quickly after meals. Smokers often end their meals by lighting a cigarette. When you have up smoking there isn't any easy way to that the meal has finished. There is a tendency for the eating to on and on.

It is important, therefore, that when you have had enough to , you up and the table. Don't just around, or you'll tempted to reach for another portion of food.

At that time of the meal it is likely to something exceptionally fattening - like a large piece of pudding.

Fourth, aware of boredom. Many people smoke when they are bored. Without cigarettes, there is a risk that the periods of boredom will filled with food.

Finally, only when you are hungry. Cigarettes ruin your sense of taste. Without cigarettes, you'll enjoy food more.

To counteract this, you must to only when you are genuinely hungry - and to stop eating when you are no longer hungry.

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