It’s never too late to quit smoking. Quitting smoking now improves your health and reduces your risk of heart disease, cancer, lung disease, and other smoking-related illnesses.

Hellobaby Surrogacy requires that all surrogates do not smoke in any form, be that medical marijuana, vaping, cigarettes or cigars, or have any prolonged exposure to second-hand smoke.

Start Your Quitting Journey Today!

There are resources to help you quit smoking from CDC.

  1. 5 Ways Quitlines Help YOU Succeed: Quitlines provide free coaching—over the phone—to help you quit smoking.
  2. Quit START App: The Quit START App is a free smartphone app that helps you quit smoking with tailored tips and inspiration.
  3. Sign Up for Free Texts: Free 24/7 quit help texted to your phone! Text CDC to 47848, answer a few questions, and you’ll start receiving messages.
  4. Make a Quit Plan: One of the keys to a successful quit is preparation. A great way to prepare to quit smoking is to create a quit plan.
  5. Find Social Support: Find and share your motivation to quit smoking on CDCTobaccoFree. Social support can help you beat nicotine addiction and live a smokefree life.
  6. Manage Your Cravings: When a craving is triggered, it’s important to have a plan to beat that urge to smoke.

Interested in learning more about surrogacy at Hellobaby Surrogacy? Check out our parents page for information about becoming a parent through surrogacy or our surrogate page to learn about becoming a surrogate! You can also follow along on our Facebook and Twitter as we share updates, resources, and client stories daily!

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