jueves, 26 de marzo de 2015

Want to Quit Smoking? We Can Help!

Dept. of Health & Human Services
Mar 24, 2015
By: Meredith Grady, MPH, National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Two years ago, Jennifer was a pack-a-day smoker. Jennifer quit smoking with the support of the National Cancer Institute’s Smokefree.gov Initiative. When she first quit, she used Smokefree.gov to find tips to deal with cravings, information on withdrawal, social support, and motivation. Then, Jennifer took up running to help get through her cravings, and never stopped! Today, she is running marathons (yes, plural) and inspiring others with her quit story.
Even now that she is two years smokefree, Jennifer posts her status on the timeline of the Smokefree Women Facebook page almost every week. She credits the social support that she receives from the page as being instrumental in her success at quitting. And she is not alone!
If you’re trying to quit smoking, Smokefree.gov is here for you. Everyone’s needs are different; your journey is unique to you. Smokefree.gov has many free resources to help.
Steps to Take on Your Quit Day. Congratulations on your decision to quit smoking! As you begin your smokefree journey, it is important to get off to a good start. The following steps will help you on your first day without a cigarette, and start you on the path to a smokefree life. Friends and Family. Support. Keep Busy. Smoking Triggers. Smokefree.gov. #Smokefree2015.
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