Become a quitter in four weeks
Quitting tobacco is the single most important step you can take to enhance the length and quality of your life.
The experts at the MHealthy Tobacco Consultation Service (TCS) know it’s hard to quit. They have worked with hundreds of people who have tried; some several times.
“Most smokers want to quit but for several reasons, they may go back to smoking after some time,” said Alison Nix, program manager for TCS. “The most important thing is to never give up, keep trying and never quit quitting. With a well-thought-out plan, combined with the use of nicotine replacement therapy and support from family and friends, you can be successful.”
If you’re thinking about quitting, sign up to receive a special four-week e-newsletter from TCS.
In each “Four-Week Quit Plan” email, you’ll get:
- One step you can focus on during the week to move you closer to quitting.
- Tips on how to build a quit plan.
- Resources and support to help you quit and stay quit.
The first email will be sent on Oct. 29. The goal is to set a quit date for Nov. 19, the day of the Great American Smokeout (GASO).
GASO is an annual event that encourages and offers support to smokers to make a plan to quit smoking or to quit smoking on the day of the event — the third Thursday in November each year. By quitting — even for one day — you will be taking an important step toward a healthier life.