How to Quit Smoking
This six-page handout provides tips to help people quit smoking. It explains that quitting smoking will reduce a person's risk for heart disease, blood vessel disease, lung problems, cancer, and stroke. It contains a list of things people should do when they are getting ready to quit, recommending that they pick a quit date and slowly reduce smoking over time. The document includes a list of actions a person can take on the day they quit, and offers guidance for coping with withdrawal symptoms and cravings, as well as setbacks.
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