What symptoms are associated both with the menstrual cycle and smoking withdrawal?
What mental filter examples were discussed which tobacco dependent clients may use to justify smoking or minimize the harmful effects of tobacco?
What are basic steps to preparing to quit that can help a client attempt to successfully overcome tobacco dependence?
What are the elements of an acronym representing the steps to overcoming tobacco dependency?
What are the Triggers for smoking?
What are the rules of relapse?
What are skills for coping with cravings?
A. places, people, time, and feelings.
B. never smoke a cigarette that is given to you, never buy cigarettes in the place where you are about to relapse, and after buying a pack of cigarettes and smoking one, throw the rest of the pack away.
C. Irritability, anxiety, hunger, and decreased concentration.
D. self-monitoring smoking habits, devising a quitting plan, and committing to a quit date.
E. never forget why you quit smoking, know when you’re rationalizing, don’t get cocky, think positive, and relax.
F. speak, abstain, link, empathize and solve.
G.The McCarthy Gremlin, Early Relapse Gremlins, Late Relapse Gremlins