Staying Tobacco Free

Staying Tobacco Free

Once you've successfully quit, the next challenge is staying tobacco free. The average person tries quitting up to seven times before they are able to stay smoke-free and achieve long-term results. But don't let that get you down. The quitting process is just that a process. And it's different for everyone. If you find yourself smoking again, it doesn't mean you can't quit. It just means you need to figure out what caused you to slip, try again, and improve your plan for the next time around.

Have you quit many times before? If so, you know that staying tobacco free is the final and most important stage of the process. You can learn from your experiences and use the same methods to stay tobacco free as you did to help you through the most difficult stages of your quitting process.

In this section learn how you can adopt a smoke-free lifestyle, deal with cravings, find 101 things to do besides smoking, and access resources for getting help for slips and relapses.

Smoking Fact

Women who stop smoking before pregnancy or within the first 3 to 4 months of pregnancy will reduce their risk of having a low birth weight baby to that of women who never smoked.