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KISS YOUR BUTT GOODBYE. Lighting up is just about the worst thing you can do to your breathing and your body. Which is why it’s so critical for smokers–with or without symptoms of lung disease–to quit. Of course, learning to live without tobacco is no easy task. If you’re wondering how to break the mental and physical addiction, we have practical tools and resources that can help. Learn more about how to stop smoking plus the many effective medications and smoking cessation programs that work.

Journey 2 Quit.

Congratulations on your motivation to quit. The Lung Association’s smoking cessation workbook, Journey 2 Quit, can help you take the necessary steps towards a healthier life and better breathing.

Quick quit tips.

Start your smoke-free life today using these simple tips. Your lungs will thank you.

I want to quit.

Making the decision to quit smoking is perhaps the most difficult step in the process. Congratulations! You are taking a big step towards a healthier life.

Help someone quit.

If a family member, friend or co-worker has decided to quit smoking, they will need your help. A good support system can help someone who smokes get through withdrawal symptoms and stay motivated.

Quitting for youth.

Many young people who smoke want to quit. However, few access services to support their quit journey, in part because few services are developed for youth. Learn about how the N-O-T on Tobacco (N-O-T) program is closing the gap.