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No Nic New Year!

No Nic New Year!

Let's Do THIS! When you vape you're inhaling straight up TOXINS! Skip it and quit being nic sic! Tell your family & friends you're ditching vape. Quitting can be tough—so ask for support—especially during the first 4 or 5 days when withdrawl and cravings will be the worst. Get rid of ALL vape products or anything that might make you think of using them. Use the Four D's to fight cravings:
  1. Delay (the urge to vape will pass—really)
  2. Deep breathe (3, 5 or 10 —whatever it takes)
  3. Drink water (chew gum or pop some mints)
  4. Do something (walk, go outside, do 5 push ups—take your mind off vaping)
Don't give up. You can do this. Steezy! If you need extra support, talk to a Quit Coach (they can help anyone 13+ put a quit plan together) or step down gradually with FREE medication when you order a Kickstart Kit
Ditch Vape
Let’s Do THIS!

Let’s Do THIS!

No Nic New Year! When you vape you're inhaling straight up TOXINS! Skip it and quit being nic sic! Tell your family & friends you're ditching vape. Quitting can be tough—so ask for support—especially during the first 4 or 5 days when withdrawl and cravings will be the worst. Get rid of ALL vape products or anything that might make you think of using them. Use the Four D's to fight cravings:
  1. Delay (the urge to vape will pass—really)
  2. Deep breathe (3, 5 or 10—whatever it takes)
  3. Drink water (chew gum or pop some mints)
  4. Do something (walk, go outside, do 5 push ups—take your mind off vaping)
Don't give up. You can do this. Steezy! If you need extra support, talk to a Quit Coach (they can help anyone 13+ put a quit plan together) or step down gradually with FREE medication when you order a Kickstart Kit
COVID-19: People who smoke or vape may be at increased risk

8 REASONS TO AVOID THE APE IN VAPE.

  1. Brain damage is irreversible
  2. Loss of brain function
  3. Addicted before you know it
  4. Gateway to smoking
  5. Toxic chemicals and metals
  6. Weak immune system
  7. Nicotine overload
  8. Blood vessel damage

Know the Vape Risks

1. Causes irreversible brain damage: The part of the brain that’s responsible for decision making and impulse control is not yet fully developed until age 25. Teens and young adults are at risk for long-lasting effects including nicotine addiction, mood disorders, and permanent lowering of impulse control.

2. Causes attention and learning problems: Nicotine also changes the way synapses are formed, which can harm the parts of the brain that control attention and learning.

3. Nicotine in vape is highly addictive: Each time a new memory is created or a new skill is learned, stronger connections – or synapses – are built between brain cells. Young people’s brains build synapses faster than adult brains. Because addiction is a form of learning, adolescents can get addicted more easily than adults.

4. Gateway to smoking: Kids who vape are 4x more likely to start smoking which can lead to a lifetime of nicotine addiction.

5. Toxic chemicals and metals: E-cigarette aerosol isn’t harmless water vapor – it can contain toxic chemicals and metals.

6. Weakens immune system: Vaping weakens the immune system, increasing susceptibility to all kinds of illnesses and infections.

7. Nicotine overload: Teens may not realize the level of nicotine they are inhaling. For example, 1 JUUL pod = 20 cigarettes worth of nicotine.

8. Blood vessel damage: Vape that contains nicotine can increase blood pressure and heart rate and cause arteries to stiffen up. That means a higher risk for a cardiovascular event (think heart attack).

  1. US National Library of Medicine
  2. Surgeon General
  3. Surgeon General
  4. US National Library of Medicine
  5. National Academies of Science, Engineering, & Medicine
  6. US National Library of Medicine
  7. The Truth
  8. MedPage Today & American Heart Association
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You’re 5X More Likely To Get COVID If You Vape
5 Dangers of Spit Tobacco

5 Dangers of Spit Tobacco

You can call chewing tobacco by whatever name you want – smokeless tobacco, spit tobacco, chew, chaw, plug, snuff, pinch, or dip – but don't call it harmless.

1. 60-78% of chewing tobacco users have oral lesions. Exposure to tobacco juice causes cancer of the esophagus, pharynx, larynx, stomach and pancreas.

2. Smokeless tobacco contains at least 28 cancer causing chemicals.

3. Smokeless tobacco users are 4-6X more likely to develop oral cancer compared to non-users and these cancers can form within 5 years of regular use.

4. Chewing tobacco is not safer or a safe alternative to smoking. A can of chew contains about the same amount of nicotine as 4 packs of cigarettes.

5. Smokeless tobacco is associated with recession of the gums, gum disease, tooth decay, cavities, loose teeth, and mouth lesions including leukoplakia – a precancerous lesion of the soft tissue in the mouth.
  1. Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids
  2. CDC
  3. TobaccoFreeUtah.org
  4. OralHealthAmerica.org
  5. Cancer.gov
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Tricks, not treats.

At first glance, it’s hard to tell, isn’t it? Well, that’s no accident. Confusion works in the tobacco companies’ best interest. They WANT you to think products like chew tobacco, vape, mods, JUUL pods, and flavored cigars are as fun and as harmless as candy bars are to kids. That’s because tobacco products are becoming less and less popular and tobacco companies are trying to get people addicted to nicotine in other ways. And it’s working. A recent study right here in South Dakota reports that 47% of young adults have tried e-cigarettes. Most of them are people who would never even think of smoking cigarettes. It’s a trick, not a treat. Nicotine in any form is poison and ADDICTIVE! Don’t buy it.

  1. New England Journal of Medicine
  2. American Lung Association
  3. SD College Student's Perceptions of e-Cigarettes Report, 2015; pg22
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5 Dangers of Smoking

5 Dangers of Smoking

1. Smoking is addictive. Nicotine is a drug that is naturally present in the tobacco plant and is primarily responsible for a person’s addiction to tobacco products, including cigarettes. The addiction to cigarettes and other tobacco products that nicotine causes is similar to the addiction produced by using drugs such as heroin and cocaine.

2. One cigarette reduces your life by 11 minutes. Smoking has been found to harm nearly every organ in the body and reduces a person’s overall health.

3. Smoking is a leading cause of cancer and death from cancer. It causes cancers of the lung, esophagus, larynx, mouth, throat, kidney, bladder, liver, pancreas, stomach, cervix, colon, and rectum.

4. Smoking causes heart disease, stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, diabetes, osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, age-related macular degeneration and cataracts, and worsens asthma symptoms in adults. Smokers are at higher risk of developing pneumonia, tuberculosis, and other airway infections, and smoking weakens the immune system.

5. Smoking makes it harder for a woman to get pregnant. A pregnant smoker is at higher risk of miscarriage, having an ectopic pregnancy, having her baby born too early and with an abnormally low birth weight, and having her baby born with a cleft lip and/or cleft palate. A woman who smokes during or after pregnancy increases her infant’s risk of death from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Men who smoke are at greater risk of erectile dysfunction.
  1. Cancer.gov
  2. National Center for Biotechnology Information
  3. Cancer.gov
  4. Cancer.gov
  5. Cancer.gov
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What’s the Price You Pay?

What’s the Price You Pay?

You pay the price for smoking
with your health and your money!

What’s the Price You Pay?

Once Big Tobacco gets you hooked,

They Own You…

…and Your Money.

The average pack of cigarettes
in South Dakota now costs $5.601.

Check out what you could
buy if you quit smoking.

What’s the Price You Pay?

What’s the Price You Pay?

You will save $170.40! You could buy an
awesome camera!

Keep that money coming!
We get richer.
You get sick and addicted.
That's how we big tobacco
executives like it.

What’s the Price You Pay?

What’s the Price You Pay?

You will save $1,022.00! You could buy
a laptop!

What’s the Price You Pay?

What’s the Price You Pay?

You will save $2,044.00! You could buy a
flat screen TV & sound system!

Hey, what's going on?
How about another smoke?
My cash is gettin' low.

What’s the Price You Pay?

What’s the Price You Pay?

You will save $4,088.00! You could buy some
fabulous diamond jewelry!

What’s the Price You Pay?

What’s the Price You Pay?

You will save $10,220.00! You could buy
a trip to Europe!

C'mon. Light up!
You're seriously cuttin'
into my cheese money!

What’s the Price You Pay?

What’s the Price You Pay?

You will save $20,440.00! You could buy
a motorcycle!

What’s the Price You Pay?

What’s the Price You Pay?

You will save $40,880.00! You could buy a
convertible sports car!

What’s the Price You Pay?

What’s the Price You Pay?

You will save $102,200.00! You could buy
a killer yacht!

Zoom Falls Park!

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