Set a Quit Date

Let’s do this! When it comes to quitting, the sooner the better, but it’s important to pick a day that gives you enough time to prepare for the road ahead. Many find that a date within two weeks works best. Just keep in mind that it’s best to avoid picking a day that may be stressful or tempting, like a night out with friends or right before a big day at work. Once you’ve picked your date, write it down everywhere: put it on your bathroom mirror, your calendar, and any other place that will serve as daily reminders.


Share Your Quit Date

Quitting is easier with the support of friends and family. You’ve picked a date and made a plan, now let them know! And because we all need support in different ways, feel free to tell them exactly how they can help you quit. Remember, you’re never alone, and the support of family, friends and co-workers can truly make a difference.


Remind Friends and Family of Your Quit Day

Staying smokefree is easier with the support of friends and family. You’ve made a commitment and should be proud to share it! And because we all need support in different ways, feel free to remind them exactly how they can help you quit. Remember, you’re never alone. The support of family, friends and co-workers can continue to make a difference.

Choose Your Way to Share

Quitting is easier with the support of friends and family. You’ve picked a date and made a plan, now let them know!

Nicotine Withdrawal Symptoms

We know quitting isn’t easy but overcoming your nicotine addiction is the key to quitting for good. While quitting, nicotine withdrawal symptoms may feel unpleasant, but just know these are common and, most importantly, temporary. Learn more about the different symptoms you may experience during your quit journey, and tips on how to deal with them.

Nicotine Withdrawal Symptoms


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