Along with eating better and moving more, being tobacco free is necessary for a healthy lifestyle. From reduced risk of cancer and chronic diseases to cleaner teeth and lower medical bills, the benefits of being tobacco free are endless. A tobacco-free life not only improves your own health, but those around you as well.
Secondhand smoke contains over 70 cancer-causing chemicals, and even brief exposure to secondhand smoke can be harmful to one’s health. But by supporting tobacco-free environments at home, work, schools and communities, we can protect ourselves from secondhand smoke, avoid the dangers of tobacco and make Oklahoma a cleaner, healthier place to live.
Eating healthy and moving more can make it easier to quit tobacco.