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Smoking

Stopping smoking is one of the best things you can do for your health. On a day to day basis smoking effects your heart and your breathing, and in the long term increases risk to diseases such as heart disease, cancer and stroke.

However, no matter how long you’ve smoked for, quitting can help improve your health straight away and gives your lungs the chance to repair and you will be able to breathe easier.

Did you know?

24 Hours After You Quit – Carbon monoxide and nicotine will be eliminated from your body.

3-9 months after you quit – Coughs, wheezing and breathing problems improve as your lung function is increased by up to 10%.

Take a look below at some of the help available to help you stop smoking


Download the free NHS Quit Smoking app

Use the NHS Quit Smoking app to help you quit smoking and start breathing easier.

The app allows you to:

  • track your progress
  • see how much you’re saving
  • get daily support

If you can make it to 28 days smoke-free, you’re 5 times more likely to quit for good!

To Download via Apple Click Here

To download via Google Play Click Here

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Get a Free Personal Quit Plan

Quitting smoking is easier with the right support. Give up for 28 days, and you’re 5 times more likely to quit for good – Click here to get your plan now via the NHS Better Health website.

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Get Help from a Health Trainer

Stopping smoking is one of the best things you can do to improve your health. A health trainer can give you free one to one support, to help you cut down or stop smoking for good.


British Heart Foundation

Understand the risk factors of smoking from the British Heart Foundation

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