According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more people in the U.S. are addicted to nicotine than any other drug.
Even though smoking can increase your risk of serious health issues like heart disease, cancer, and death, quitting tobacco can be one of the most difficult addictions to kick.
More people might be open to quitting if it weren't so hard. Unfortunately, many smokers go back to smoking due to withdrawal and stress.
What if the key to quitting successfully was in the way you decided to quit?
Here are five ways that may help you quit for good:
1. Set yourself up with a success plan.
2. Get support.
3. Check your insurance policy.
4. Save on quitting aids.
5. Ask your boss about wellness benefits.
Listen in as Michelle King Robson and Dr. Pam Peeke discuss the five ways that can help you quit for good.