It's okay to be a quitter (smoking and other tobacco products) and SoutheastHEALTH can help show you how to successfully kick the habit for good.
Join Debbie Leoni, MSA, RN, to learn how creating a quit-tobacco plan may improve your chances of leaving tobacco behind.
Quitting is worth it. After just 12 hours, carbon monoxide levels return to normal, and at the one-year mark, risk of coronary artery disease is half of a smoker's risk.
Are you ready to quit tobacco?
- Do I want to quit tobacco for myself?
- Is quitting tobacco a #1 priority for me?
- Have I tried to quit tobacco before?
- Do I believe that tobacco is dangerous to my health?
- Am I committed to trying to quit even though it may be tough at first?
- Are my family, friends and co-workers willing to help me quit tobacco?
- Besides health reasons, do I have other personal reasons for quitting tobacco?
- Will I be patient with myself and keep trying if I slip or backslide?
If you answered "YES" to 4 or more of these questions, you are ready to quit!