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Discover life without smoking
Quitting smoking is hard, but there are plenty of good reasons to quit. Your health, looks, fitness and finances will improve, and you will feel good about yourself and the people around you.
If you would like more information visit the Feeling Good website. There's stacks of information about quitting - the benefits, challenges, the best ways to quit, and resources to help.
Quitline 13 QUIT (13 7848)
Quitline Advisors provide information and advice about quitting. If you would like to know more about the Quitline and what they offer, see Feeling Good.
The Drug Information: Tobacco page also provides useful information and links.
Most people consume alcohol at levels that are considered a low risk, however, if you consume alcohol at harmful levels it can put your health and safety at risk.
Alcohol and its effects
Because alcohol is absorbed rapidly into the bloodstream, its effects can be felt after only a few drinks. How alcohol affects you can depend on:
Drinking within low-risk guidelines helps you stay healthy and in control. For more information see the Drug Information: Alcohol
Making your own decisions about your drinking means that you will feel good for doing what you want, and be in a better position to maintain your health, happiness and general well being.
Mixing drugs, especially with alcohol, means added risks. It greatly increases the possibility of overdose and accidents.
Different drugs have different effects and there is no way to accurately predict how a combination of drugs will affect any individual.
The best advice is not to mix any drugs, including alcohol or prescription drugs.
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Different types of help and support work for different people. If you are concerned about your own, or someone else's, alcohol, tobacco and other drug use and would like more information and assistance visit Help and support.
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