Stress and Smoking Cessation
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We ordered 400 copies of each of these brochures!
Employee Support Network
We ordered these for a smoking cessation class.
-Cheryl Swarthout, Education Training Mgr.
Members First Credit Union
The number 1 reason why people relapse back into smoking is stress. Unfortunately, many smokers have learned to manage their stress by lighting up. So when they are trying to quit they have to learn how to manage their stress in other ways. The problem is nicotine withdrawal makes them feel stressed also. This subtle but powerful force keeps people stuck in a vicious cycle that makes it almost impossible to quit. This trifold brochure helps people understand this phenomenon and is filled with practical suggestions for how to overcome it and change the behaviors that promote addiction.