5 Summer Quit Tips to Leave Tobacco Behind
Sometimes a change of season is all you need to make other changes in your life. This summer, take a break from unhealthy habits and start a fresh routine. If you’re ready to quit tobacco, tips like these can help. You can also visit OKhelpline.com or call 1-800-QUIT NOW for nonjudgmental support and FREE, customizable
THIS MOTHER’S DAY, CELEBRATE A TOBACCO FREE LIFE
OKLAHOMA CITY – May 10, 2017 — This Mother’s Day, May 14, the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline wishes Oklahoma mothers and their families a happy, healthy and tobacco-free life. Caroline, of Collinsville, grew up surrounded by a family of smokers. At age 13, she tried her first cigarette, and became a regular smoker for the next
Spring Cleaning — 6 Tips to Help You Stop Smoking
Quitting tobacco is one of the smartest decisions you can make and is a huge first step on the road to a healthier life. Along the way, you’ll face cravings and other unhealthy distractions that will try to sidetrack you. When quitting tobacco, learning how to overcome cravings is key to staying on course. One
10 Tips to Help Tobacco Users Reduce Stress
For a tobacco user trying to quit, life can be stressful and loaded with triggers. Even happy events, like holidays with family or a pregnancy, can be stressful. To master stress management, it’s important to know what your triggers are and how to deal with them. What are the stresses in your life? Take some
OKLAHOMA TOBACCO HELPLINE ENCOURAGES OKLAHOMANS TO QUIT SMOKELESS TOBACCO DURING THROUGH WITH CHEW WEEK FEB. 19-25
OKLAHOMA CITY – February 17, 2017 – The benefits of quitting smokeless tobacco are endless. Throughout Through With Chew Week, February 19-25, smokeless tobacco users are encouraged to explore the services offered by the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline, a program of the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET). “During Through With Chew Week, the Helpline is focused
This New Year, Quitting Tobacco Is Within Your Reach Through the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline
OKLAHOMA CITY – December 28, 2016 — In 2017, the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline — a free program of the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) — encourages tobacco users to start the New Year with a new approach to quitting.
THE ROAD TO VICTORY: FIGHTING STRESS WITH HEALTHY HABITS
Quitting tobacco is one of the greatest decisions you can make — a huge first step on the road to a healthier life. Along the way, however, you’ll be faced with cravings, stress and other unhealthy distractions that will try to sidetrack you. When quitting tobacco, learning how to reduce stress is key to staying
THE OKLAHOMA TOBACCO HELPLINE ENCOURAGES TOBACCO USERS TO TAKE THE GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT CHALLENGE
OKLAHOMA CITY (Nov. 15, 2016) – Tobacco users are encouraged to participate in the Great American Smokeout (GASO) challenge on Nov. 17, and experience the benefits of a tobacco-free lifestyle, if only for a day. GASO is an annual event that supports a day-long cessation effort, which can be the first step toward a healthier
Top 10 tips to reduce stress during the holidays.
The holidays can be a joyful time of celebration, as well as a major source of stress. The hectic schedules. The constant togetherness. The delicious foods. For a smoker trying to quit, the holidays are loaded with triggers. To master holiday stress management, it’s important to know what your triggers are and how to deal
Feeling spent: Calculating tobacco’s toll on your wallet.
The money spent on tobacco really adds up. Five dollars here, six bucks there might seem like a small price to pay at the time. When you add up the cost of tobacco over time, however, you can see the toll it takes on your wallet as well as your health. The Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline’s