My Quit Plan

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  1. Re-Learn
    Habit

    You know how certain things make you want to smoke? EX shows you how to handle them without reaching for a cigarette.

  2. Re-Learn
    Addiction

    Nicotine changes your brain, so it’s harder to quit. EX shows you how to fight back and double your chances for success.

  3. Re-Learn
    Support

    The right kind of support can increase your chances of quitting. EX shows you how to get the support that will work for you.

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My Quit Plan Info

Why I'm Quitting

Quitting smoking is hard, so it’s good to remind yourself of all the reasons why you’re doing it. Below are your personal reasons, some of the health benefits and the money you can save by quitting. Check out these sections when you need a little extra motivation.

Add your reasons for quitting smoking, along with a few words about why they're important to you. You can also add a photo to give your reasons a little extra meaning.

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    Below are some of the health benefits that may come after you quit smoking.

    • 20 minutes

      Twenty minutes after stopping smoking, your heart rate becomes normal.

      Twenty minutes after stopping smoking, your heart rate becomes normal.

    • 12 hours

      Twelve hours after stopping smoking the carbon monoxide level in your blood drops to normal.

      Twelve hours after stopping smoking the carbon monoxide level in your blood drops to normal.

    • 2 weeks

      Two weeks to three months after stopping smoking, your coughing and shortness of breath decrease.

      Two weeks to three months after stopping smoking, your coughing and shortness of breath decrease.

    • 1 Year

      One year after stopping smoking, your added risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smoker’s.

      One year after stopping smoking, your added risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smoker’s.

    • 5 to 15 years

      Five to 15 years after, your risk of having a stroke is reduced to that of someone who doesn't smoke.

      Five to 15 years after, your risk of having a stroke is reduced to that of someone who doesn't smoke.

    • 10 Years

      Your chance of death by lung cancer is about half that of a smoker's. Your risk of related cancers also decreases.

      Your chance of death by lung cancer is about half that of a smoker's. Your risk of related cancers also decreases.

    Enter the number of years you’ve been smoking, the number of cigarettes you smoke in a day and the price you pay per pack. Then we'll show you how much you've spent on cigarettes so far.

    Years Smoking x Cigs/Day x $ per pack

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    [FIRST NAME], welcome to your My Quit Plan page. Now that you’ve registered, this will be your landing page whenever you come to the site. Think of it as your home base as you re-learn life without cigarettes and quit smoking – it’ll walk you through all the steps of the EX Plan and help you keep track of your progress. We’ll gather all the information you give us right here, so it’s easy for you to review. And you can even personalize it with your own reasons for quitting.

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