NO SMOKING DAY 14th March

February 26, 2018

 

 

Take the first step & join the countless others who have stopped smoking for good!

 

 

Its a tragic fact that half of all smokers will die from a smoking-related illness, some in their 40`s. Smoking causes 16 different types of cancer, COPD (a debilitating and life threatening disease of the lung) as well as heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Nut its never too late to quit. 

Stopping smoking is the biggest single step you can take to improve your health and reduce your risks. If you have tried before but not succeeded, you can do it this time

 

Ways to quit 

 

There are more ways to quit than ever before - free support is available to everyone:

 

if your going it alone, why not download the Public Health England Smoke Free app to give you daily motivation & tips? you will find this on the smoking page at MyCityHealth.co.uk

 

Stop Smoking medicines are available from shops, pharmacies and on prescription to help you reduce withdrawal symptoms and quit for good. 

 

There are dedicated stop smoking sessions where you can see a friendly advisor 1-1 or attend a group where you`ll meet new people who are quitting like you. 

 

more details of local drop ins are at MyCityHealth.co.uk 

 

 


British Heart Foundation Stop Smoking Tips



NHS Stop Smoking Advice & Support

 


Local Support 

 

Tameside Be Well

 

 

 

 

Find out more about Tameside Be Well &

their free stop smoking support

 

Call 0161 716 2000 or Email - bewelltameside@nhs.net

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