Whether you’re a heavy or social smoker, quitting now will benefit your health and help you better manage your diabetes
Here are some tips:
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Celebrate small successes. Quitting smoking is tough, so reward yourself
for your successes. Give yourself a treat each time you make it through the
week without a cigarette. Count how much you’ve saved by not buying cigarettes.
Each small success brings you a step nearer to your goal of quitting smoking
for good. Give yourself a pat and allow yourself to feel good.
Join the I Quit Programme and remain smoke free for 28 days and you are 5 times more likely to quit smoking. You can nominate your loved ones as a supporter when you sign up for the programme. Validate your smoke-free status and redeem a HPB eVoucher* worth $50 at the 28th day milestone. Keep going and you'll also receive eVouchers* worth $30 and $20 at the 3rd month and 6th month milestone respectively!
*Terms and conditions apply.
Find out more about
quit smoking services or call QuitLine at 1800 438 200.
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