Quit vaping or smoking to get back to feeling like you.
Nicotine is highly addictive, but small steps towards cutting back can lead to quitting altogether. Quitting is a process so don’t give up after one attempt. Get started with these resources:
If you are thinking about quitting vaping or smoking and would like some help, a quitline might be just what you need to succeed.
It is so important to quit vaping for the sake of your body, brain, and overall well-being. Using nicotine might prevent you from doing what you want in the future and living the life you dream of.
Although it may seem like all of your classmates and friends are vaping, the reality is that only 1 in 4 report vaping.
While the idea of quitting might seem intimidating, know this: you’re not alone! With the right resources by your side, you can do it. Ask a friend or family member to quit with you. Those who have support while they are quitting are more successful!
Another plus? Quitting can help you save money.
See how much you can save by quitting!
Don’t get tripped up when you try to quit! One of the most important steps in successfully quitting vaping is understanding your triggers. Triggers are the people, places or things that make you want to vape, such as:
Once you start to understand what your triggers are, you can begin to address them and get onto the path of quitting.
There are many helpful tips that can help you to resist the urge to vape and eventually quit. You can try:
Find out just how much money you’ll save when you quit vaping today.
Text VAPEFREECT (or DEJELOCT) to 88709 or call
VapeFreeCT is funded under a CDC National and State Tobacco Control Program grant in combination with Local Health Department/District Tobacco Prevention state funds through the CT Department of Public Health. Our goal is to help all people quit to avoid the costly health consequences of using any tobacco product.