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The Best Ways To Quit Juuling 

Bunny Brinkman
Updated May 9, 2019 98 votes 37 voters 1.4k views 10 items

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While quitting juuling may seem like an insurmountable task, it’s not impossible. Being proactive and sticking to a predetermined regimen has often helped people kick the vaping habit.

You’ll probably notice a whole host of great side effects on your health in the weeks and months that follow your decision to quit juuling. It may take a while for you to fully feel the effects, but the juice, as they say, is often worth the squeeze.

If you’ve successfully kicked the juuling habit, vote up the methods you found to be the most successful.

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Gradually Wean Yourself Off Juuling
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Quitting cold turkey is not for everyone. You should examine how often you Juul each day and week and slowly limit your intake. After a couple of months, you can get off the products entirely.

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Stop Buying Your Favorite Juul Flavor
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Part of the appeal of Juuling is that the pods come in different flavors. If you plan on weaning yourself off the substance, then you should start by purchasing pods in a flavor you hate. You will find it is much easier to avoid Juuling when you are grossed out every time you vape.

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Quit With Friends
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Many people vape along with their friends. If you want to get off the substance, then you should tell your friends and see if they will quit with you. You will both be healthier in the long run.

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Don't Get Discouraged If You Slip
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On one particularly bad day, you may vape off of a friend's Juul. This is all right, and it is all part of the recovery process. You should not use one slip up to justify getting back on vaping, so keep going.

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