Most people smoke for multiple reasons. Before you set your quit date you need to prepare: Take time to think about when, where, and why you smoke. If you understand your smoking habits and triggers, you'll have a better chance at success.
It's never too late to quit. By stopping now, you can reduce your risk of cancer, lung and heart disease. You can also stop your lungs from getting even more damaged. Within one year of quitting smoking your risk of dying of a heart attack drops by half. Quitting is worth it. You're worth it. Read more about the benefits of quitting.