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Top 5 Quit Smoking Websites

Commit to Quit--For Good

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Updated November 10, 2012

So you have made a decision to quit smoking. The good news is...you do not have to do it alone. And because quitting smoking will probably be the most difficult thing you have ever done, you will definitely need a strong support group.

You can start today to kick the habit for life by visiting the following top 5, quit smoking websites to see which one works best for you and your lifestyle:

1. Smokefree.gov

This excellent online quit smoking website provides you with all the tools that you need to be successful, inluding an online quit smoking guide, access to printed materials and the ability to talk online with a counselor.

2. About.com Smoking Cessation Guidesite

Leave it to About.com to provide readers with a fully comprehensive, quit smoking website with everything you need to quit right at your fingertips. From your own, personalized quit smoking toolkit to shocking tobacco facts, About.com offers one of the best smoking cessation resources on the web.

3. Quit Smoking 4 Good

If you are looking for an honest approach to quitting smoking and fighting nicotine addiction, this smoking cessation website may be for you. Their free guide is full of valuable tips and procedures that really work to help you kick the habit.

4. California Smoker's Helpline

The California Smokers' Helpline is a telephone program that helps people like you, quit smoking. Helpline services are free and funded by the California Department of Public Health and by First 5 California. The website also offers free phone counseling, quit materials, a NoButts blog and a smoking cessation newsletter. If you live in the great state of California, this website is a valuable resource. If you're outside of California, call for a referral to other agencies.

5. Centers for Disease Control

The Centers for Disease Control is an excellent resource providing a wealth of quit smoking information to the public. With everything from basic information about smoking and secondhand smoke to global tobacco control, if you really want to learn the consequences of smoking and find out how to quit, this site is a must-see.

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