02/13/2019

Your Building Is Smokefreeā€¦ How About You?

 

Quitting smoking improves your health. It lowers your chances of getting:

  • Heart disease and stroke
  • Cancer
  • Lung disease, including COPD
  • Other smoking-related illnesses

“You have the power to make the decision to quit smoking. Some of the best things for me about quitting are enjoying food again, and being able to walk and not feel so out of breath.”
Tiffany (smoked a pack a day for 15 years. Now … smokefree)

Secondhand smoke contains poisons. Breathing even a little can be harmful, especially for kids, older people, and those with health problems made worse by secondhand smoke. Smokefree policies protect everyone’s health.

Free tools and support to quit smoking:
1-800-QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669) - English
1-855-DEJELO-YA (855-335-3569) - Spanish
Smokefree.gov
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Download the QuitGuide via the App Store or Google Play

Visit CDC.gov/tips for real stories and resources from the Tips From Former Smokers® campaign.

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