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Tools and Challenges

True behavioral change doesn’t happen instantly

Creating new skills to conquer old habits takes time, practice, patience, and support. It's why Pivot Breathe offers a variety of tools and challenges that empowers members to practice and test new behaviors.

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Members create their own reduction and quit journey

Pivot members can practice and test new techniques out over time to create new, healthy habits, while eradicating unhealthy behaviors. New techniques are developed from in-app lessons, challenges, activities, and a peer-to-peer community, as well as tools like cigarette logging and nicotine replacement therapy (NRT).

Tools and challenges help inspire long-lasting changes

2X

more engagement than traditional quit solutions

5 out of 6

Members who quit said the skills learned helped them stay quit

76%

Have reduced cigarettes per day within 6 months of using Pivot Breathe

How it works

Track Habits
Challenge Behaviors
Leverage Tools

Practice makes perfect for Pivot Breathe members

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Pivot Breathe members can track and understand their daily habits as it relates to tobacco usage. It’s as easy as logging cigarette or vape usage. By adding context to each log - noting routines and triggers - members will notice trends over time and gain a better understanding of their behaviors.

Pivot Breathe members can utilize a variety of tools at their fingertips for optimal success. Whether it be ordering nicotine replacement therapy to manage cravings or engaging in the peer-to-peer community - comprised of former or current tobacco users - members can customize the support needed to succeed as they reduce and ultimately quit.

Once Pivot Breathe members understand their different routines and triggers, they can develop a comprehensive reduction and quit strategy with the support of their coach. Coaches will encourage effective behavioral change prompts like practice quits, which act as a perfect way to build resilience by seeing what 30 minutes, an hour, or more without tobacco would look like.

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Lessons

Pivot Breathe connects members with a community of current and former tobacco users, all actively supporting each other on their respective journeys.

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Practice Quits

Forget cold turkey - practice quits are one of many ways that members can build resilience and confidently reframe their coping skills.

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Community

Pivot Breathe connects members with a community of current and former tobacco users, all actively supporting each other on their respective journeys.

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Nicotine Replacement Therapy

Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) makes it easier to manage cravings and reduce nicotine withdrawal symptoms. Members can explore whether NRT is right for them and order directly in the mobile app, right to their doorstep.

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I was at the park just enjoying the scenery and I looked down at my phone and realized how I got there. A simple app that asked me to challenge myself and the steps were simple and the goal was tremendous. It made me feel accomplished.

Doug

Real-world success stories

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I no longer smell like a walking ash tray. I can breath again. I am proud of myself for quitting.

Sarah

Not every day is perfect, but having the app, the access to the CO sensor and NRT gives me the confidence that I can [do] this.

Karon

I used to go out behind my shop and smoke on my breaks. Now I just go out there and really take a break.

Chris

I'm enjoying being a non-smoker way to[o] much to go back now!

Teresa

Quitting smoking is hard to do on your own. Having all of that support is so helpful.

Megan

My coach was with me whenever I needed her. With Pivot I went from 2 packs a day to zero after 37 years of smoking.

Mari

I made a pact with myself that I would quit smoking before I quit the program and it worked!

Anonymous

There is proof in the palm of my hand that smoking affects every breath I take.

Linda

A few weeks after quitting I realized that I was actually more relaxed and at ease. It occurred to me that smoking actually intensified my stress levels instead of helping.

Joe

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