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Smoking Cessation

If you’re like most cigarette smokers, you’ve promised yourself you’d quit it when you got your first career job, or when you got married, or even when your first child was born. It’s common to make these promises time and again only to find significant difficulty quitting the dangerous, addictive habit. Fortunately, millions of Americans succeed at smoking cessation every year, and you can be one of them. It also takes support to quit the habit, counseling may be helpful.

You likely already know the damage cigarette smoking can to your body, including:

  • Shorten your lifespan
  • Cause lung cancer or other cancers
  • Dramatically increase your risk of cancer
  • Quicken the aging process
  • Bad breath and yellowed teeth
  • Persistent cough

How We Can Help You Quit the Habit – For Good

Smoking is a leading cause of lung cancer, and the best thing you can do to protect your health is quit. Nicotine, the addictive chemical in cigarettes, can be delivered to the body to help you taper off the habit. Nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs) deliver the chemical to your body in a safer form than cigarettes, which are packed with other cancer-causing chemicals. NRTs come in various forms, including patches, gums, and inhalers. Over time, you will taper off the amount of nicotine you consume until you curb your cravings for cigarettes.

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