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Oregon Tobacco Quit Line
Quit Smoking | Smoking & Tobacco Use | CDC
The Quit Line is a telephone and web-based counseling service to help Oregonians quit using tobacco and nicotine products. We know what you're going through. We don't nag or lecture. We help you feel more confident about quitting for good. There are many different ways to quit. We'll help you make a plan that will work for you. When you call or visit the Quit Line online, you will be asked to register for the program.
Focus on your reasons to quit.
Support groups can help smokers find the assistance they need to quit for good. See why online groups work well for some. One benefit of an online support group, she says, is you can log on to the site anytime day or night and someone will be there to help. Short would go online, post a question, and forum members would respond immediately. Lillian Van Hest, 80, of Key West, Florida, says she hid her own habit of smoking one-and-a-half packs a day from her family and friends because she was afraid they would think less of her.
Back to Better Health. When you stop, you give your lungs the chance to repair and you'll be able to breathe easier. There are lots of other benefits too - and they start almost immediately. Many people try to quit smoking with willpower alone, but it's much easier with the right help. There are lots of support options available, try a combination that works for you.