If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact the Military Crisis Line at 988 and press 1, or Text 838255. You can also call 911.

How To Quit Tobacco

We know quitting tobacco is hard. But the more you prepare yourself, the more likely you are to quit for good. Learn how to make and stick to a quit plan and how medications and other options can help you on your journey. Let’s get started! 

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Break down the cost of using tobacco and see how much you can save by quitting.

Find out how ditching tobacco will help level up your muscle gains (and overall fitness goals)!

Whether you are preparing to deploy or are already deployed, there are resources to help you stick to your tobacco free goals.

Learn the common symptoms of nicotine withdrawal and how you can power through them to quit tobacco.

Varenicline helps you quit tobacco by cutting the pleasure your brain gets from using tobacco and reducing the withdrawal symptoms.

Bupropion helps tobacco users quit by reducing the craving for nicotine.

Still have questions about medicines that can help you quit or stay quit? Look through the FAQs about medicines to learn more.

Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) can help with nicotine withdrawal and lessen your urge to use tobacco.

Be prepared to avoid and handle triggers to quit tobacco and stay quit.

How Service members can build healthy habits while they quit tobacco

If tobacco use is causing health concerns that are impacting your readiness, NRT might be a solution.

The U.S. Surgeon General says quitting smoking is the most important action you can take to improve your health.

It’s hard enough to quit tobacco, but living with a fellow tobacco user who is not quitting can present extra challenges.

Review key questions about quitting tobacco and figure out if you’re ready to prepare to quit.

Arming yourself with tips and tactics can help you start a strong quit journey. Learn how you can get ready for the big day.

Talk to your health care provider to learn which tobacco cessation medication may be best for you, and which options are covered by TRICARE.

Your first day without tobacco might be tough (like, really tough). Get ready to face the challenge and stay strong!

Find out what you need to quit and stay quit.

If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact the Military Crisis Line at 988 and press 1, or Text 838255. You can also call 911.