December 30, 2016
Many smokers and smokeless tobacco users have tried to quit before with either brief success or no success at all. Despite this, the new year is a good time to try and quit again. There are several reasons why tobacco users may not have been able to quit in the past. Some have not used an FDA approved medication to help them quit or they may have used the medication incorrectly. Common ways that tobacco users misuse the medication include not using the right medication, the right dose of medication, or not using it for a long enough period of time. Tobacco users may not have understood that they need a quit plan to be successful. Medication will help minimize nicotine withdrawal symptoms but a quit plan is needed to help address the mental and emotional withdrawal from tobacco. A quit plan is crucial for dealing with cravings or urges to use tobacco products.
Upcoming Tobacco Cessation PresentationsJanuary 17, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.Clermont County Engineer's Office RSVP RequiredCall 513-735-8400 to sign up January 17, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.Clermont County Administration building101 E. Main StreetBatavia, OH 45103RSVP RequiredCall 513-735-8400 to sign up
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