This day is dedicated to educating people about the negative effects of smoking in order to motivate them to stop.

No Smoking Day’s beginnings may be found in 1984, the year the nonprofit organization was founded. The first observance of the day was on Ash Wednesday, 1984.

No Smoking Day is a great opportunity to honor a smoke-free workplace and to encourage healthy lifestyle choices. It is also a day to highlight how important it is to protect one’s health and well-being.

For smokers, quitting is one of the most crucial steps toward better health. Many smokers develop a dependence on nicotine, a chemical that is naturally present in tobacco.