In this review, I will discuss the four most important components to consider when deciding whether or not to quit smoking: What is your current life? What would you like to change about your life? Who will look after you after you quit smoking? If you are a young person in a smoking-affected country, it is important to get the advice of an older, independent family member who has experience quitting smoking in this country. If the individual is not able to help you with advice, please contact me. If you have had a long smoking history in the past, such as 30 years or more, you are more likely to have symptoms of nicotine addiction. This is why it is important for you to know what you are taking in, because there are many products available with "no nicotine". The key word here is "No nicotine". If you have any other products in your household which may contain nicotine, it is important that you avoid these products. There is an enormous range of smoking cessation products on the market. Although they are marketed to all, there is no single product which you should avoid if you have a long history of smoking.