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Quit smoking inspiration

Al Douglas @alexgdouglas
Photographer and Social Media Creator
Clean, fresh, Winter air. I can feel it in my lungs. Making time to enjoy it is high on my priority list not just for the sights but for the health benefits of fresh air and exercise. Quit smoking so you can take advantage of that fresh air.
Haley Smalls @haleysmalls
Musician and Social Media Creator
I think it's important to stay positive during your quitting journey. There is not one way to quit, so feel free to express yourselves!
  • DB Cooper
    I started smoking at 13 years old by first rolling dried birch leaves in paper. Me and my friend were young and just being stupid. After trying that my sister gave me a real cigarette and showed me how to drag. I stopped when I was 22 for 1 year and then returned to the habit until 36. I quit for four years and started 2 years ago. I was ... Read more
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  • Tim O'Neill
    It was very difficult to quit. But I found distractions, did my research, and had support from friends and family. I'm very happy that I did it.... Read more
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  • Rob Fink
    Like most, I've had many failed attempts at dropping my pack-a-day habit. I'm proud to say I'm now smoke free for 15 years. It wasn't easy and took an arsenal of techniques but worth it! I wanted to quit but it was a bad case of the flu that kick-started it for me. After a week of being physically unable to pull the smoke down while sick ... Read more
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    • adam
      Hey, congratulations on your success. I myself had quit six days ago with the help of Nicotine gum, 2mg. Your strategy (In my opinion) was not only tactical, But successful to boot. Your comment will come in handy next craving. Thanks?... Read more
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  • Some reasons to quit smoking

    Start feeling better

    See the health benefits of quitting soon after your last cigarette.

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    Avoid harming the ones you love

    Reduce the risk of breathing problems, heart disease and many forms of cancer.

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    Start saving your money

    Save roughly $4,300+ per year by quitting a one-pack-a-day smoking routine.

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    Refresh your look

    Put an end to bad breath, yellow teeth and stained fingernails.

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