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Smoke Free: Stop Smoking with Quitting Techniques
Quit smoking this New Year using 30+ proven stop smoking techniquesand the most reliable quitting methods science has to offer. Morethan triple your quitting chances and keep your New Year’sresolution. Quit smoking now and make 2020 the best year ever.Conquer tobacco cravings for good with Smoke Free! Quitting withSmoke Free is simple and effective. Smoke Free can help anycigarette smoker stop smoking for good. Quit smoking before? Tryingto stop smoking for the first time? Quitting by yourself or arepart of a quitting group? Smoke Free’s scientifically tested andproven quit smoking techniques work. Don’t let your cravings takeover. Use Smoke Free to help you succeed this year and every year.Half a million people helped to quit smoking. Quitting smoking ismade easier with Smoke Free. Stop smoking by using several quitsmoking features: • Quit Smoking Tracker – Stop smoking by trackingthe cigarettes you have not smoked. • Achievement Badges – Quitsmoking and earn badges for your achievements. • Smoking Log –Track your quit and log successful smoke free days. • Stop Smokingand See Your Money Savings – Quitting lets you treat yourself withthe money you saved from not smoking. • Health Improvement Bars –Stop for good and see your health progress during your quittingjourney. • Share your quit smoking successes with your friends. •Record and conquer your cravings using diary entries. • And more!Smoke Free helps you quit smoking and stop bad habits so you canmake better choices. Quit cigarettes and get motivated by yourprogress and achievements. Smoke Free’s benefits include: • Gainingyour life back - Quit and spend your newfound time, money andhealth on things that make your life better. • Quit and Save Money- See your savings grow with every cigarette you did not buy andtreat your success • Stopping to Improve your health - Watch howyour body gets cleaner and healthier • Conquering cravings - Crushcigarette cravings before they occur by using proven quit smokingtechniques that work Smoking cessation is our specialty. When youwant to quit smoking and stop cravings, we know what works.Extensive smoking research is behind Smoke Free’s successful quitsmoking methods and we want to share our knowledge to help you. Thequitting process – Quit smoking now with some helpful information:• Quitting smoking by tracking your progress and achievements helpskeep you motivated to continue to stop your smoking habits. •Smoking cessation social programs are a helpful support. • The QuitNow Golden Rule: make your mantra ‘not one more puff’. • Your quitsmoking journey is personal and your own. We help you find whatquitting methods work for you. Quitting smoking is a Smoke Freecommunity effort. Your quit smoking wins can help other smokersquit. The more Smoke Free understands about our users, the biggereffect we have on their success. Quit Smoking with Smoke Free toHelp Us Help Everyone • Quitting smoking is hard, but tens ofthousands of people do it successfully each month. • Futurequitters can be helped the more we know about what does and doesn’twork • When you quit smoking, we can help even more people stoptheir smoking habits by using the data you give us. Try Smoke Freetoday and start your quitting journey. Quit smoking with Smoke Freeand give yourself the help you need to stop smoking for good. Formore information, visit http://smokefreeapp.com
BCT Taxonomy 1.0
This app is an easy-to-navigate and fully searchable version of theBehaviour Change Technique Taxonomy v1 (BCTTv1) published by Michieet al. (2013). Comprising 93 behaviour change techniques (BCTs)with labels, definitions and examples, organised into 16 groupingsto increase speed of use, the taxonomy is a valuable tool foranyone involved in designing, reporting or evaluating interventionsto change behaviour. Features - Access to the full behaviour changetechniques BCTTv1 - Quick search for BCTs by BCT label, grouping orview all BCTs - Find out more about the BCT taxonomy project AboutThe development of the behaviour change techniques BCTTv1 wasthree-year project, funded by the UK Medical Research Council andled by a team of behavioural scientists from: • University CollegeLondon (UCL) • University of Aberdeen • University of Cambridge •University of Exeter • City University London • NewcastleUniversity Find out more about the BCT project at UCL:www.ucl.ac.uk/health-psychology/bcttaxonomy