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Tobacco Cessation
Quitting tobacco – it is important for your health!

Health Risks of Smoking

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Risk of Cancer

Smoking primary cause of lung, throat, mouth, esophageal, bladder, pancreatic, and cervical cancers, containing carcinogens damaging DNA, escalating cancer risks.
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Respiratory Diseases

Smoking leads to COPD, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, irritating airways, causing inflammation, coughing, wheezing, and breathlessness.
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Impact on Oral Health

Smoking elevates oral cancer risk, impacting lips, gums, and mouth. Tobacco's carcinogens harm cells, fostering malignant growths in the oral cavity.
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Benefits of Quitting Smoking

The earlier you quit smoking, the more you’re likely to benefit.

But it’s never too late – because quitting will improve your health whatever your age and no matter how long you have smoked.

Improved Respiratory Health

When you quit smoking, your lungs start to heal. Over time, you’ll experience less coughing, improved breathing, and increased lung capacity. This reduces your risk of developing conditions like chronic bronchitis, emphysema, and lung cancer.

Lowered heart risk

Within just a few months of quitting, your circulation improves, blood pressure decreases, and your heart rate normalizes. Over time, your risk of heart disease continues to decline, bringing your cardiovascular health closer to that of a non-smoker.

Enhanced Immune System

When you quit smoking, your immune system starts to recover. Your body becomes better able to fight off infections, reducing your risk of colds, flu, and other respiratory infections.

Improved Quality of Life

Quitting smoking can lead to numerous improvements in your daily life, including fresher breath, whiter teeth, better smelling clothes, and increased energy levels. 

Embark on Your Quitting Journey:

What to Expect ?

1. Professional Guidance & Medication

Access expert support and explore medication options to ease your quit journey

How Can Our Professional Coaches Help?

  • Provide Knowledge and Education to Encourage Tobacco Cessation
  • Review, Assess and Understand your specific needs
  • Give Personalized Treatment Plan
  • Provide prescriptions where required
  • Address Diversity and Specific Health Issues
  • Provide Resources for continued support for Tobacco abstinence members as well
  • Coaches are mostly your in-network providers that can bill directly to your Insurance
2. Free Tobacco Assessment

Start with our assessment to create a tailored quit plan based on your specific needs and goals.

Additional Support Programs

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The Vape Trap For
Teens and Young Adults

E-cigarettes have ensnared a new generation into nicotine addiction under the guise of being safer. Learn the facts, dispel the myths, and get the support you need to resist or quit vaping.
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Tobacco Cessation & Maternal Health For Women's Wellness

Women face unique challenges in quitting tobacco, from hormonal influences to the impact on reproductive health and pregnancy. Explore our specialized programs designed for women at every stage.

Overcoming Challenges: Support Through Setbacks

Encountered a setback? You're not alone. Discover how we can support you in getting back on track.

Ready to Transform Your Life? Begin Your Journey

Take the first step towards a healthier, tobacco-free life. Your journey to quitting starts now

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