Health Services no longer offer nicotine replacement of any kind.
For more information about tobacco cessation on campus, contact the Wellness Resource Center at 314-516-4657 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes will begin January 2015.
How to Quit
If you are ready to quit smoking, UMSL is ready to help. Quitting is a challenge, and we have tips, resources and programs to help you quit and start a healthier life. University Health, Wellness and Counseling Services will work to provide smoking cessation programs for all students, faculty and staff.
You will have greater success quitting with a support program.
Stay busy and engage in physical activity.
Avoid stressful situations, tempting situations and triggers, such as alcohol and coffee.
Find new activities and hobbies.
Focus on the rewards and benefits of quitting.
Benefits of Quitting
Risk of all smoking-related diseases is reduced.
Blood pressure and pulse rate lower.
Improved sense of smell and taste
More energy and stamina.
No need to worry about where and when you can smoke.
Hair, clothes, breath, car and home will smell better.