Emjay, our lovely quit smoking support adviser posted this a bit ago, it just may help you with the cravings
To help a craving pass - Breathing Exercise (1)
Posted by EmJay ROY CASTLE
18 Jan 2013
Cravings lead to irritation and sometimes panic, causing the quitter’s mind to speed up. When this occurs, concentrating becomes hard. Using a deep breathing exercise is an effective way of calming yourself down.
This exercise can be done anywhere from sitting down in a chair to waiting for a bus. Follow the simple stages described below;
With your mouth closed and shoulders relaxed, inhale deeply and slowly to the count of eight.
As you breathe in, push your stomach out.
Hold your breath for the count of four.
Breathe out slowly to the count of eight.
Repeat the cycle five times
DO NOT OVER DO IT – STOP IF YOU FEEL DIZZY
Just try it please