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Quitting or reducing all other forms of tobacco, made easier

More than 5.7 million U.S. adults use other forms of tobacco, such as chew, snuff, dip, hookah, cigars, and others. That’s why Pivot has created a modern solution that promotes physical, mental, and financial freedom from tobacco of all kinds.

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Tobacco use impacts health and wellbeing

Contrary to popular belief, using tobacco products like dip, chew, hookah, or cigars aren’t safe alternatives to smoking. In fact, using tobacco products negatively impacts a person’s physical and mental health, in addition to draining productivity and overall financial wellbeing.

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Physical health

Smokeless tobacco as well as cigars and hookah are all associated with diseases of the mouth and can cause oral, esophageal, bladder, lung, and pancreatic cancer, to name a few. Tobacco use in these forms can also increase the risk of death from heart attacks and strokes.

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Mental health

Individuals who have a mood disorder, psychosis, anxiety disorder, developmental disorder, or a substance use disorder are more likely to be addicted to nicotine - found in all tobacco products - than those without these disorders

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Financial wellbeing

For those who use smokeless tobacco, one can of dip per day could cost a person around $1,100 per year. With cigars ranging anywhere from $4 or $5 to $25 and up, and hookah ranging anywhere from $15 to $5,000, the sheer cost of any kind of tobacco use adds up quickly.

The reduction and quit program loved by those who use tobacco

Pivot helps make it easier to regain a healthier life - whether only using one form of tobacco or multiple products at once. Offering a custom program based on user-specified needs, members will find support and motivation throughout their entire journey, whatever their goals.

Whereas smoking can be counted by the number of cigarettes consumed, other forms of tobacco prove more complex, requiring a unique understanding of individual habits. Those who use tobacco require digital tools and support specific to their needs.

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Access personalized content anywhere, anytime during a member's entire journey. Pivot’s mobile app is the hub for accessing coaching, community, and hundreds of learning and skill-building paths.

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Pivot members can engage with their assigned coach anytime, anywhere. Coaches are not only specialists in handling tobacco cessation, but also help members build confidence, navigate unknowns, and act as educators, helping members progress closer to their goals.

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Members never have to reduce or quit using tobacco on their own. Those who use tobacco can find support, encouragement, and motivation from other like-minded individuals on similar journeys in the Pivot community.

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Pivot’s tobacco cessation program was created with dual-users in mind

Around 56% of members from a Pivot study use more than one form of tobacco. That’s why Pivot is optimized for those who do just that, offering unique approaches, tools, and coaching. Along with chew, hookah, nicotine pouches, cigars, and more, Pivot supports those who vape, smoke combustible cigarettes, and use all other forms of nicotine delivery.

Real-world success stories

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What surprised me the most was how quickly I was able to quit with the help of my coach and the patches. Not only did she support the quitting aspect - she also encouraged my everyday concerns.

Jane

It helped more than me –– it helped me and my significant other quit. It's awesome that it helped us both.

Peggy

Without rushing around and plotting my next break or ride off the property I have been more clear headed and [am] able to focus on work tasks and get things done in a faster more efficient manner.

Ed

Out of all the [quit apps] I’ve used this one has been the most enjoyable. And least annoying.

Tyler

Pivot isn't like any other program I have tried. They are not here to force you or guilt you into quitting. They are here to support you with the goals you set for yourself.

Mari

Real-world success stories

What surprised me the most was how quickly I was able to quit with the help of my coach and the patches. Not only did she support the quitting aspect - she also encouraged my everyday concerns.

Jane

It helped more than me –– it helped me and my significant other quit. It's awesome that it helped us both.

Peggy

Without rushing around and plotting my next break or ride off the property I have been more clear headed and [am] able to focus on work tasks and get things done in a faster more efficient manner.

Ed

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