If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact the Military Crisis Line or call 911: 1-800-273-8255, press 1 or Text 83825

Stay Quit

Congratulations! You've quit using tobacco – one of the most difficult things you will ever do in your life. Now it's time to make sure all your hard work continues to pay off. You may be tempted to use tobacco in certain situations, so we have tools to help you handle them when they pop up.

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Instead of letting stress win, try at least one of these quick tricks to help lower your overall stress.

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Gaining weight is common when you quit tobacco, but don’t let a few pounds stop you from making a healthy change in your life!

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Try stress reduction tools to help you focus on staying quit.

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If you slip up and use tobacco once or twice after a quit, don’t throw in the towel – you can still quit, and stay quit.

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Slips are normal. Check out ways to boost your morale again so that you can get back on track and stay quit for good.

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Take steps to beat triggers like a pro!

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To help you keep weight gain to a minimum when you quit tobacco, try some of these tips.

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Check out additional strategies on how to stay quit while you’re deployed.

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Find a way to get through these short periods when the urge for tobacco hits.

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It is normal to crave tobacco when you quit, and the cravings can be strong, but remembering why you quit can help you stay focused.

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Does your family usually bond over having a smoke? Learn tips on how to create new traditions so that you can stay tobacco free.

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If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact the Military Crisis Line or call 911: 1-800-273-8255, press 1 or Text 83825