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smoke-free living

Our tools and resources help to get you started on your quit smoking journey

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Smoking Cost Calulcator

If you are a smoker, you know smoking is expensive. Find out how much you spend and how much you could be saving.
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Personalised Action Plan

Why have you decided to quit? Whether for your health, to save money or for your family, have clear in mind why you want to make a change.
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Quit Smoking Treatment Test

Not sure what quit-smoking treatment may be right for you? Take a test now to get started on your quit-smoking journey.
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Nicotine Addiction Calculator

If you are tired of quitting, knowing your level of addiction to nicotine can help to choose the right therapy? Find out your nicotine addiction level.
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Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)

Smoking is a harmful habit, and by providing easy access to the right services, Quit Centre aims to improve the quality of life of its patients and of those around them. 


Nicotine Replacement Therapy assists people to break their smoking habits and gradually wean off the nicotine completely. Many studies have shown that NRT can nearly double the chances of quitting smoking.

First-line NRT

First-line treatments for quitting smoking refer to regulated approaches and pharmacotherapies clinically proven effective. Current forms of first-line treatments supported by the RACGP include some nicotine replacement therapy options, pharmacotherapy, and counselling support.
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Pharmacotherapy

First-line pharmacotherapies for smoking cessation include nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) and Non-nicotinic pharmacological therapy. For most people, treatment choice is based on patient preference, with some exceptions for patients with contraindications to certain drugs.
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Nicotine Vaping Products

First-line pharmacotherapies for smoking cessation include nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) and Non-nicotinic pharmacological therapy. For most people, treatment choice is based on patient preference, with some exceptions for patients with contraindications to certain drugs.
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Not sure what quit-smoking treatment may be right for you? Take the test now.

Did you know the
Harmful 
Chemicals in Cigarettes?

There are over 4,000 chemicals in tobacco smoke, including at least 70 known to cause cancer. Some of the chemicals found in tobacco smoke include:

Acetone

Found in nail polish removal

Arsenic

Found in rat poison

Methanol

Used as an alternative fuel source

Butane

Found in lighter fluid

Acetic Acid

Found in hair dye

Tar

Used in paving roads

Carbon Monoxide

Released in car exhaust fumes

Nicotine

Addictive drug

Ammonia

Found in household cleaner

Cadmium

Found in battery acid

Benzene

Found in industrial chemicals

Lead

Found in Batteries
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Besides additives, some harmful substances in tobacco smoke come from the fertiliser and soil used to grow tobacco leaves. When tobacco is burned, smokers release and absorb these chemicals into their lungs as they inhale. These substances can cause cancer, heart disease, lung disease, and other serious health problems.