Smoking is a hard habit to break. But with the right tools and advice, you just might be able to change everything! Finding a consistent, cost-effective solution to getting rid of ciggies can be difficult. To help you quit your tobacco addiction, here are our top 5 apps that can help you live a smoke-free life.
5 Best Apps to Help You Break Your Smoking Habit
It’s not easy to quit smoking all at once and Alive knows firsthand how difficult it is. That’s why they created an app to help you gradually reduce your tobacco consumption until you stop smoking.
This app calculates, based on your smoking history and years of use, how much you should have from week 1 in order to keep your anxiety levels at bay. Another advantage is that it’s totally free. Forget about all those other money-making programs. Alive intends to keep you healthy – alive.
For those who feel like they’re going through this alone, fear not – QuitBuddy is on your side. It’s 2nd in the list for good reason. With over 1,000 users rating the app at 3.8, you can see why everyone turns to them for a friend. This app contains guidelines to help you quit smoking for good, stave off cravings, and keep you in check throughout the process. You can list your goals and see how far you’ve come along the way.
For those who need a little distraction, they have games to keep you entertained during this difficult time. You can even get messaging options to make sure you have a friend to help you through this ordeal.
If you need a little motivation to quit smoking, Kwit will help you hit it and keep it for good. Drawing inspiration from holistic medicine, Kwit offers motivating mantras for those recovering from food cravings.
They don’t just help those who smoke ciggies – if you vape or are always on nicotine, Kwit can give you the tools to cut back. The true incarnation of Lizzo if she were a phone app, Kwit is your sister from another gentleman.
#4 Get rich or die smoking
If money is scarce, Get rich or die smoking takes a financial approach to quitting smoking apps. It looks at your overall spending to make sure you can save more than you earn. It has a counter to track and keep you posted on how much you’ve saved, giving you the motivation to reach your goals.
Another plus is that it has a community forum so you can have other people to help you through the process. This app will make everyone feel a little Richie Rich in the end.
#5 Smoke Free
Smokeless adopts a more stat-based strategy to clear smoke from your lungs and give you more room for air in your brain. Offering dozens of facts, Smokeless takes the hassle out of misinformation out there to make sure you understand the facts.
Sinead Jacobi is content manager and news columnist for Kev’s Best. Before joining Kev’s Best, she was a reporter at SFJ.
She covers company and product reviews, but also writes news and opinion.
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