Whether it's a night out with friends, a stressful work day, or even a morning coffee, every smoker and current quitter experiences trigger moments that can make it very difficult to quit. A recent survey shows the most common scenarios that usually trigger cravings for Canadians are after having a meal, being with friends who smoke, consuming alcohol, and drinking coffee. The most common stressors are family-related.
Fortunately, there are simple ways you can deal with your triggers to fight your cravings. Here are five easy tips that'll help you quit smoking for good.