Did you know that it takes more than will power to quit smoking? It takes skills and support, as well as your own motivation to quit. The new Quit4Life (Q4L) handbook can help you to quit smoking... for life.
Q4L is organized around 4 central steps: Get Psyched, Get Smart, Get Support, Get On With It. The handbook will help you learn about why you smoke, how to quit and how to stay quit once you get there.
This program, Quit4Life, is designed to help you.
It's based on science and psychology.
It's based on input and feedback from youth like you.
This guide is not just for those who smoke cigarettes; it can also be useful if you use other tobacco products, such as smokeless products or little cigars. The quitting process is very similar to that of a cigarette smoker. Many facts are tailored to smokers; however, much of the information is applicable to you.
If you've never really tried to quit smoking before:
It might help you to take your time going through all the steps in this program.
It might be easier to quit if you read this handbook and get ready to quit about 2 to 6 weeks before you plan to quit smoking for good.
You can use the handbook if you're in a 10-session group program to help you quit smoking. These types of programs might be offered in your community through your school, Public Health, the Lung Association, the Canadian Cancer Society, or the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
Okay, it's true that you might not be able to quit on your first try. The good news is that you can use this handbook more than once and build on what you learned the first time. You're only 4 steps away from quitting smoking... Quit4Life can help get you there. Order your handbook today!