If you are Aboriginal or a Torres Strait Islander person who wants to quit smoking, the Quitline has Aboriginal
If you are a mum-to-be wanting information about quitting smoking, visit the Quitnow website.
Withdrawal and cravings
It’s understandable to be anxious about withdrawal and cravings if you are planning a quit attempt. But there are ways to make yourself more comfortable when stopping smoking. Visit I'm thinking of quitting - What are the different ways to quit on the Quitline website.
Withdrawal is the body's response to getting rid of its dependence on nicotine. Some people prefer to give withdrawal symptoms a more positive spin by calling them ‘recovery symptoms’. For information about how to cope with them, visit the I need support - Tips for the tough times page of the Quitline website.
Even when you are no longer smoking, your body may crave a cigarette, particularly in situations where you used to smoke. For more information about dealing with cravings, visit the I need support - Tips for the tough
Reasons to quit smoking
Visit the Why Quit page on the Why Quit website for some good reasons to quit smoking.