Methodist Fremont Health Offering Tobacco Cessation Program in January

FREMONT – Starting January 7, Methodist Fremont Health wants to help you start the new year by kicking your habit.

Time to quit? Let Methodist help.

The majority of people who smoke or use tobacco products wish they could quit, but the intense addiction to nicotine makes it very difficult. If it’s time for you or someone you know to kick the habit – cigarettes, cigars, or chew – Methodist Fremont Health’s Tobacco Cessation Program can help. Get confidential, expert instruction; discount coupons for nicotine replacement items; and, maybe most importantly, the support you need in order to be successful.

What happens after you quit?

  • Your senses of smell and taste return.
  • Your smoker’s cough goes away.
  • Your digestive system returns to normal.
  • You feel alive and full of energy.
  • You breathe much easier.
  • You’re free from the mess, smell and burns in clothing.
  • You feel free of “needing” cigarettes.
  • You’ll live longer and have less chance of heart disease, stroke, lung disease and cancer.
  • You’ll set a good example for your children.
  • Your smoking will no longer affect the health of people around you.
  • You’ll have more money to save or to spend on other things.

What you need to know:

When: Tuesdays, January 7, 14, 21, 28 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Where: Methodist Fremont Health Medical Center, 450 East 23rd Street, Fremont, Dunklau Conference Center (across from the Café)

What: This program is offered FREE OF CHARGE thanks to the generous support of the Fremont Health Foundation.

For more information or to register, call 402-727-3882.

NOTE: Class will be cancelled if the minimum of five participants is not met.

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