It’s no secret that smoking takes years off your life. It increases your risk for diseases, including cancer, heart disease and stroke. Quitting now can start to reverse the damage.
But we know it’s not easy. Tell your doctor you want to quit. Your doctor can help you make a plan to quit.
Follow the links below for more information.
The Tobacco Education and Prevention Program (TEPP) can help people stop
using tobacco. They can help you find a program to stop using tobacco, care, and
other services. They also offer information to help protect you and your loved ones
from secondhand smoke.
For more information, and to find community support groups, visit http://www.azdhs.gov/tobaccofreeaz/ or call The Arizona Smokers’ Helpline at (800) 556-6222.
Smoking cost a lot of money. Cigarettes cost from $1.50 to $7.50 a pack. It depends where you live and what kind you smoke. A pack-a-day smoker can pay more than $1,000 a year.
Use our smoking calculator to see how much smoking costs. Multiply the number of packs you smoke in a year times the cost per pack.
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