Everyone’s quitting journey is different, so you’ll need to find resources and a support system which will help you to have the best chance of success.
If you’re a people-person, quit with a friend or find someone you can talk to when you’re struggling. If you’d prefer online options, try an app or our new interactive quit planner to get you started.
If you’re ready to quit, there are different quit strategies you can use, including going cold turkey, using Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), contacting Quitline, or other quitting methods such as prescription-only medication and behavioural support. It may take some trial and error to find what works for you but hang in there. You can quit.
To find out more about which quitting method might be right for you, visit our side-by-side comparison of various methods to find the one that suits you best.
Help Others To Quit
Most people make multiple attempts before quitting for good. It’s completely normal! Let your loved ones know that you care, stay positive and don’t make them feel guilty. Remind them of their achievements and let them know you're ready to support them when they're ready to try again.
Your support will mean a lot to anyone trying to quit, but it’s important to be mindful of how you’re helping. If you’re not sure how you can help, we’ve put together some tips on what you can do to support others.
Support After Quitting
It’s also common to feel concerned about quitting and what’s going to happen. There are so many benefits to quitting smoking, and knowing why you’re quitting can help you stay motivated to push through any withdrawal symptoms you’re experiencing.
Proven Tips to Quit
The quitting journey is unique for everyone, and quitting plans will vary from person to person. However, something that every plan should include is how to identify and manage your nicotine withdrawals and triggers to smoke.
Quitting takes practice, so it’s important to remember the reasons you quit and access the support available to help you stay on track.