Chronic Condition Information: Smoking Cessation

Smoking Cessation (Haga clic aquí para recursos de dejar de fumar en español)

I’m Ready to Quit! Quit Guide (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

I’m Ready to Quit! Resources to Help You Quit Smoking (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Smoking Health Consequences (Smokefree.gov)

Benefits of Quitting (Smokefree.gov)

Depression Basics (Smokefree.gov)

Medications to Help You Quit (Smokefree.gov)

Secondhand Smoke (Smokefree.gov)

Protecting Your Family from Secondhand Smoke (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Stress and Smoking (Smokefree.gov)

Stress and Smoking (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Withdrawl (Smokefree.gov)

Putting a Stop to Smoky Thinking (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Quit Smoking (American Heart Association)

Freedom from Smoking Online (American Lung Association)

Guide to Quitting Smoking (American Cancer Society)

Help for Smokers and Other Tobacco Users(U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)

All About Quitting Smoking(American Diabetes Association)

Tips from Former Smokers (Centers for Disease Control and Prvention – Office on Smoking and Health)

American Indian Health – Health Topics: Smoking and Commercial Tobacco Use (United States National Library of Medicine)

Heart Health: Quit Smoking (Healthfinder.gov)

Healthfinder.gov Resources on: Smoking Cessation (Healthfinder.gov)

CDC’s Resources for Smoking Cessation (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

This list, though thorough, is not complete.  If you would like more suggestions on specific activities or techniques for self-management and physical activities, please contact your Regional Arthritis Center Coordinator, or the Missouri Arthritis and Osteoporosis Program.

If you have self-management resources you would like to be shared on this site, please contact the Missouri Arthritis and Osteoporosis Program.