There are many ways to quit smoking. For example, some research has shown that an effective strategy for quitting is a combination of counseling, telephone "quit lines," online support and nicotine replacement therapy (NRT). For each person, the key to success is finding the plan that works best.
Nicotine, a highly-addictive drug that has powerful effects on the brain and the body, can make it hard to quit.
Women who stop smoking can lower their risk for heart disease, stroke and lung disease.
Beyond your family, friends and health care provider - help to quit smoking is within your reach.