Quitting smoking certainly isn't easy, but when you see the real improvements it will make to your life and health, you'll want to give it a go as soon as you can.
To your health:
You’ll reduce your risk of developing illness, disability or death caused by cancer, heart or lung disease.
You’ll reduce your risk of gangrene or amputation –yes, amputation! – caused by circulatory problems.
You’ll protect the health of your friends and family you by not exposing them to your second-hand smoke.
If you have children, you’ll reduce the chances of them suffering from asthma or other illnesses.
Your fertility levels will improve and you’ll have more chance of a healthy pregnancy and baby.
You’ll improve your breathing and general fitness.
You will enjoy the taste of food much more.
To your lifestyle:
You’ll save loads of money – hundreds of pounds a month, if you're a heavy smoker.
You won’t stink of stale tobacco.
Your skin and teeth will improve.
You will feel more confident when you go out – instead of worrying about the second-hand smoke you create.
As a non-smoker, potential new friends and partners may approach you more often.
Your home and clothes will smell fresher and you’ll no longer be staining your walls with nicotine.
You’re less likely to cause a fire in your home
From the moment you take that first step of getting in touch with us we’ll support you all the way to help you stop smoking.
Our team of advisors will work with you to form your own individual plan to help you achieve your smoke free goal.
We offer help when you need it, the way you want it.
We hold one to one appointments and group sessions. So which ever way you want support we’ve got a time and a place to suit you.
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