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How to quit chewing tobacco ?

i quit smoking but im unable to quit gutkha.. how to quit once in for all? Hello im 26 yrs old. i have been smoking and chewing gutkha since 5 yrs.. now i quit smoking but im unable to quit chewing gutkha. Well its bit embarrassing bcoz generally i chew pan for constipation .. i know it doesnt help medically in any way but its become a psychological factor..and if i dont chew the whole day is ruined for me.. i dont know how to overcome this and quit tobacco... any suggestions will be extremely helpful to me... p.s also when i dont feel difficulty in passing stools i still chew gutkha
Asked On : Sat, 11 Jun 2011
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Thanks for query,
The way you quit smoking same way you quit gutkha.
As you said there is psychological factor so have strong will power and then it will be easy to quit gutkha too.
Once you decide that by any means I have to quit gutkha,you will be able to do.
Initially you can take some mouth freshener stuff like dhana dal,variali etc.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 11 Jun 2011
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