On this page, you have access to a range of resources providing additional information and advice about quitting smoking.
The important facts about smoking and your health.
The good news about how you will improve your health if you become a nonsmoker.
A guide to the main stop-smoking medications and whether they may be helpful for you.
Overview of the main withdrawal symptoms you might experience and some strategies for combating them.
Some of the positive lifestyle changes that come with quitting smoking, and how you can use them to stay motivated on your quit attempt.
Strategies and tips for dealing with the first few days after making a quit attempt.
Things you can do to help manage feeling stressed or other bad feelings, which only take a few minutes or less. Useful anytime, not just when you are craving a cigarette.
Ways to go about introducing a smoking ban in your home to increase your chance of a successful quit attempt.
Ways you can assist and support someone who has decided to quit smoking, and encourage them to stay quit.
Advice that will be relevant for you if you only need to smoke in a few situations, and alternate strategies that may work better for you.
An interactive tool to help you plan ahead of time what you will do when you encounter a tempting situation. Write your own personal quit advice!
A useful activity to help you pinpoint why, when and where you smoke, so you can be prepared for future temptations or better understand where you are having trouble.
An exercise to help keep track of your cravings, and help you think about what you can do to make it easier to beat them.
A way for you to clarify your reasons for quitting and use them as motivation to stay quit.
Some of the emotional stages you may go through in the quitting process, and what to expect in the long-term.
Details about what QuitCoach can do for you and answers to some common questions about the program.
An explanation of the aims of the QuitCoach program with links to how to get the most out of your QuitCoach and evidence to show it works.