This is the stop smoking app that science built. Over 20 different,
evidence-based, techniques to help you become - and stay - smoke free. See how
much money you've saved, how many cigarettes you've not smoked, how long
you’ve been smoke...
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I find the smoke free app to be extremely beneficial. I love that it gives you achievement badges, even though it’s a small thing.. to ensures support and makes you feel excited and proud of yourself. I really love the percentage countdowns for your health. Breathing, heart rate, heart attack risk, lung cancer risk, gum texture, taste and smell senses. It’s quite motivational. I like that you can make journals because it’s an accurate way to track yourself, by monitoring your cravings and self diagnosing your triggers. And of course the most motivational of all, it monitors the monitory value saved by not smoking. Both normally and annually. The reason it got four stars and not five is because, first off.. you have to pay for some special things within the app, like an actual trigger tracker/ journal. I understand it needs to profit but it should be motivating people to quit. And secondly because it is not catered to those who smoke Juul’s, NJoy’s, or any type of vape. And it also doesn’t have an option for you to input whether you’re utilizing any type of nicotine replacement therapy. Which is definitely something that I think should be tracked and accounted for while trying to quit smoking!
There’s a lot to this app that I haven’t explored or really care about, but I like the large time display telling me how many days, hours, minutes and seconds I haven’t smoked. It also keeps track of the money you’ve saved. Seeing the time display as soon as I open the app has been the biggest motivation for me because when I see that it’s been 18 days since my last smoke, I really ask myself, “Do you really want to throw those 18 days away and start all over again?” It hasn’t been easy, so the answer is heck no! I smoked for 33 years, and I just got tired of the rising costs, and having my car, my home, and my clothes smelling like smoke. Quitting only works if you really want to quit. Having your spouse or other loved ones nagging you all the time didn’t work for me, in fact it only made me want one more. Anyway, like I said, I just look at the clock and say “18 years is a really long time, and I don’t want to throw that away now. I’ve made it this far without killing anyone, so I know I can do this.” Best of luck to everyone. You can do it too.
38 year old smoker since I was 16. Prolly a pack a day, some days more, some less. Pretty much been trying to go smoke free last 8 years. Could put some months together but always ended up buying packs again. Tried chantex, patches, gum and always went back to smoking. So far I've been 20 days smoke free. Wearing patches and things are going surprisingly great. My wife put this app on my phone which I thought was stupid but it actually is nice to see facts in front of your face and some health highlights. I feel sorry for people I seeing smoking as it is a terrible habit with health and the smell of a smoker. I come from a smoker family so it was always hard to not smoke at holidays and I have a very stressful career choice. My main issue w smoking was it was a stress reliever so it's an adjustment finding healthier ways to deal w stress and conflict. Needless to say my lungs feel great and the lebedo of a 16 year old haha here's to another 20 days of being smoke free and just taking it one step at a time. Thanks A sincere hopefully ex-smoker
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