Why Quit


For Your Health

Tobacco smoking is the most common cause of cancer and is responsible for 1 in every 5 cancer deaths. Quitting is one way to reduce your risk of developing cancer and improve your overall health.

Learn more about quitting for your mental and physical health
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If you're pregnant

Quitting smoking at any time during your pregnancy can reduce the risk of harm to you and your baby, and give your baby a great start in life.

Learn more about quitting if you're pregnant

To Save Money

Smoking is an expensive habit and the cost is increasing every year. Quitting can save you money now, as well as saving on future health costs.

Learn more about quitting to save money and the cost of smoking.
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Quit For Loved Ones

Cigarette smoke is harmful to everyone who breathes it in, from your friends and family to children and pets.

Learn more about quitting for loved ones.

Free Quit Support

Talk to the Quitline

The Quitline is a confidential telephone advice and information service for people who want to quit smoking.

My QuitBuddy App

The My QuitBuddy App tracks your quitting progress, such as days smoke-free, cigarettes avoided, health gained and dollars saved.

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Proven Tips To Quit

Some people think quitting is about willpower, but to quit successfully means being prepared, and understanding your smoking triggers.

Find tips on quitting