Quit smoking: Why you need a plan

If you're like many smokers and other tobacco users, you tried quitting in the past but started smoking again. Creating a quit-smoking plan may improve your chances of stopping for good. Having a plan helps you set expectations, line up the support you need, prepare for cravings, identify and practice coping skills, and stay motivated.

Last Updated Apr 11, 2020


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