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Quitting smoking is one of the most important actions people can take to improve their health. By quitting, you reduce the risk of many types of cancers, cardiovascular diseases, COPD and more.

While quitting earlier in life yields greater health benefits, quitting smoking is beneficial to health at any age. Even people who have smoked for many years or have smoked heavily will benefit from quitting. Quitting smoking is the single best way to protect family members, coworkers, friends, and others from the health risks associated with breathing secondhand smoke.

You may already be aware of the benefits of quitting, but quitting this habit is not always easy. And for some, it takes a few attempts to quit for good. This challenge is a simple, 4 week challenge to get you to reduce the amount you are smoking and hopefully help you gain some momentum to continue reducing your habit until you are smoke-free!

Use the tracker to record how much you are smoking daily. The visual will likely be a useful tool for you and the goal is for you to try to smoke less each day (even if it's just one cigarette less - that's progress!!)

Download the tracker here

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