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Commit to Quit

Are you ready to Commit to Quit?

Studies show that smokers assisted by a healthcare provider have a greater chance of quitting smoking. We created a comprehensive program to help you kick the habit. Commit to Quit is a personalized six week program that helps you to stop smoking by developing an action plan that modifies your behavior and includes coping techniques to eliminate tobacco.

The Commit to Quit program is aimed to help you stop using tobacco and to start living a healthier lifestyle. The personalized six week program includes:

  • One-on-one consultation with a Registered Respiratory Therapist.
  • Individualized smoking cessation plan and education based on your needs and goals.
  • Customized nicotine - replacement recommendations and coping techniques.
  • Ongoing coaching and support in your efforts to quit smoking.

Commit to Quit and get the benefits.

Did you know that quitting smoking is the single best thing you can do to improve the length and quality of your life? This is what happens when you quit:

After 20 minutes Your blood pressure returns to normal

After 8 hours The amount of oxygen in your blood returns to normal.

After 24 hours Your chance of having a heart attack decreases.

After 48 hours Your sense of smell and taste begins to improve.

After 3 months Your lungs funciton up to 30% better.

Within 6-9 months Coughing, sinus congestion and fatigue may decrease.

At 1 year Your risk of dying from a heart attack is cut in half.

At 10 years Your risk of dying from lung cancer is cut in half.

At 15 years Your life expectancy and risk of heart disease is the same as a non-smoker.

Gunnison Valley Health Respiratory Therapy


711 North Taylor Street | Gunnison, CO 81230 | 970-641-7295

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