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Quit Smoking Guide

Smoking is one of the most addictive habits known to man. It is a highly addictive habit that is often the culprit for a number of different health problems. Millions of people die from smoking related diseases such as heart disease and lung cancer each year. Smoking can also be blamed for cancer of the stomach, esophagus, and even of the bones. It can cause people to have difficulty breathing, walking, or even talking. In addition, smoking is quite expensive with the cost of a pack of cigarettes increasing constantly. Many restaurants and public places have banned smoking, and it has even been banned completely in public places in some states.

Smokers can sometimes feel discouraged if they want to stop smoking. Once you pick up a cigarette, it can be extremely difficult to quit, but there is hope: quitting is not impossible, and is actually quite easy for many smokers. With some help and a bit of determination, even people who have been heavy smokers for years can finally quit for life. This page will serve as a helpful resource for people who are considering smoking or for those who are ready to get serious about quitting. Either way, this information is provided to help get you on track to a healthy, smoke-free life.

  • Smoke Free- This site is designed to help serve as a tool for anyone who is interested in quitting smoking. Use the many resources provided as well as the help hotline to seek out assistance in your quest for quitting.
  • Help for Smokers – A few simple tips and facts about smoking designed to help you quit that can make the process easier.
  • Smoking Cessation Products – Find out more about the different smoking cessation products on the market that can assist you with quitting. This site is from the FDA.
  • Quit Tobacco – A quit smoking themed website with the military members especially in mind.
  • Q&A – Some very important questions and answers about smoking from the National Cancer Institute regarding both cancer and smoking.
  • Quit Tips – Here are five simple quit tips from the Centers for Disease Control.
  • American Lung Association – Smoking is the number one cause of lung cancer; get help with quitting here.
  • Quitting Smoking – This page features a guide, outline, medical encyclopedia, and more.
  • The Basics – Discover more about the dangers of smoking, and read through the basics of quitting.
  • Controlling Your Weight – Many people fear weight gain when they quit smoking, but the truth is you can keep it under control. Find out how here.
  • What Happens When You Quit – Find out how the body changes for the better after you've quit smoking.
  • Helpful Hints  - Read this informative article full of helpful hints to help you kick the smoking habit.
  • How to Quit – Calculate how much money you can save if you quit, a helpful video, and much more can be found on this site.
  • Effects on General Health – Read about how smoking cigarettes can have an effect your general, overall health.
  • Smoking & The Brain – Believe it or not, smoking also has an effect on the brain. Find out how here.
  • Facts for Teens/Kids – Some good basic facts about smoking designed for kids and teenagers. A great resource to share with young people.
  • 10 Ways for Teens to Stay Smoke-Free – Here are ten helpful tips from the Mayo Clinic to keep teens away from smoking.
  • Smoking Cessation – This page has some good articles and facts about smoking cessation.
  • Smoking & Cardiovascular Disease – It's important to be aware of the risks of smoking to the heart and cardiovascular system.
  • Nicotine Addiction - Find out what is in tobacco and why nicotine can be so addictive.
  • Facts – Here are some important facts about cigarettes and smoking. A must read for anyone who is smoking or who is considering smoking.
  • How to Quit Smoking – Here are some good questions and answers about smoking and quitting that can help you on your journey towards quitting.
  • Reasons to Quit – Check off your own reasons to quit and see the results.
  • Exercise & Quitting – Find out how incorporating exercise in your routine can help you quit and kick the habit for good.
  • Helping A Friend Quit – Here is some helpful advice to help a friend who is a smoker kick the habit and quit smoking.
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