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Smoking Cessation Appointment

In 2021, a staggering 28.3 million adults in the United States were reported to be active cigarette smokers. What’s even more alarming is that out of this group, around 57% – equivalent to 16 million Americans – are currently battling a disease related to their smoking habit. This not only highlights the health risks associated with cigarette smoking but also emphasizes its status as the foremost cause of preventable deaths in the nation. Indeed, every year, about 480,000 lives are prematurely ended due to smoking-related complications. Beyond the human cost, smoking also exerts a tremendous financial burden, with an estimated annual economic toll amounting to a colossal $300 billion. These figures underscore the urgent need for continued efforts in promoting tobacco cessation and prevention.

“Pineville Pharmacy not only serves our patients with the utmost care, but we also guide them through a healthier lifestyle, such as quitting smoking. Our health professionals are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to help achieve overall wellness.”

The cost for a Smoking Cessation consultation is $89 per session. The fee is non-refundable.

What Can Pineville Pharmacy Offer You?

    • 30-minute comprehensive one-on-one evaluation with the pharmacist to determine the best course of action for the patient
      • Determining nicotine dependence
      • Discuss triggers/what makes them smoke
      • Help make a plan to quit smoking
      • Determine if ready to quit/pick a quit date
    • Weekly 15-minute follow-ups
      • Discuss progress, any relapses
      • Presence/absence of withdrawal symptoms (anxiety, intense cravings, trouble sleeping)
      • Troubleshoot any problems, offer encouragement to patients

Pharmacists will determine if prescription treatment is needed.

Why Quit Smoking?

Twenty minutes after you’ve quit smoking, your heart rate will return to normal, indicating an immediate positive change. During the first week of your smoke-free life, you will notice a decrease in blood pressure, contributing to improved overall health. As you maintain your determination over the following 1-6 months, breathing becomes easier and walking less strenuous, in addition to a lowered risk of developing diabetes. The benefits continue to accrue over time. Between one to five years after quitting, you’ll significantly reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke. Once you’ve crossed the five-year mark, not only does your risk of lung cancer decrease, but your risk of death from any smoking-related disease will return to normal. This impressive timeline underscores the transformative power of quitting smoking on your health.


  1. https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/fact_sheets/adult_data/cig_smoking/index.htm#:~:text=In%202021%2C%20nearly%2012%20of,with%20a%20smoking%2Drelated%20disease
  2. https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/fact_sheets/cessation/smoking-cessation-fast-facts/index.html?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Ftobacco%2Fdata_statistics%2Ffact_sheets%2Fcessation%2Fquitting%2Findex.htm