There’s a reason you can’t quit smoking. You can’t quit what you don’t understand

Few tobacco users and vapers understand their complex addiction and that lack of information sabotages a person’s best effort to quit smoking. 

Stop the sabotage. 

Before you can quit, you have to understand why you can’t quit. 

You already know the stats. You already know: 

  • That children of smokers are more likely to have behavior problems such as conduct disorder, attention deficit disorder, and oppositional defiant order
  • That Americans spend $80 billion on cigarettes per year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • That the life expectancy for smokers is at least 10 years shorter than for nonsmokers, according to the CDC
  • That quitting smoking before the age of 40 reduces the risk of dying from smoking-related disease by about 90%

What you might not know is how tobacco is chemically manipulated by tobacco companies to increase addiction. 

Or that your brain chemistry might be impacting your ability to quit

If you feel like no matter what you do, you just can’t quit, you might be right.

The Quit with Nancy Tobacco Cessation Program uses education to motivate each individual to overcome a tobacco or vape addiction. The program offers tobacco users knowledge and information that isn’t offered with any other program.

Participants get a complete understanding of tobacco which includes:

  • A fascinating look at the history of the plant of tobacco
  • How tobacco is chemically manipulated by tobacco companies to increase addiction
  • How tobacco has been ingrained in the American culture
  • A scientific look at how tobacco makes you sick
  • The brain chemistry of tobacco addiction and how to overcome barriers
  • The most successful treatment options available

There are a number of psychological, sociological, and economic reasons people start (and can’t quit) smoking.

Some of the factors that contribute to higher smoking rates in certain populations are education level, ethnicity, income, lifestyle, and lack of access to services.

We work with:

  • All ages from children, teens, adults and the elderly.
  • Individuals, family and friends from rural and urban areas.
  • Organizations like youth groups, schools, military, and health & medical agencies.
  • Diverse backgrounds of ethnicity, race, LBGTQ, mental health issues, and individuals across the social and economic spectrum.

The creator and instructor of the Quit With Nancy™ Tobacco Cessation Program©, Nancy Caspersen, RN and Tobacco Cessation Specialist, has accomplished something that has challenged the healthcare system for decades. Nancy has made tobacco cessation…interesting. 

This program integrates animation and storytelling with science and technology to provide an educational experience that is effective, empowering, and enjoyable.

What would you do with $2300 extra dollars a year? 

What would you do with ten more years? 

What would you do with a new outlook? 

Would you finally be able to quit? 

The Quit with Nancy™ Tobacco Cessation Program consistently has quit rates over 50%!

Are you ready to say goodbye to your addiction once and for all?

Then, reach out and let us help you today!
  • The life expectancy for smokers is at least 10 years shorter than for nonsmokers

  • Quitting smoking before the age of 40 reduces the risk of dying from smoking-related disease by about 90%

  • Americans spend $80 billion on cigarettes per year