Stopping smoking | Yorkshire County Council
When you quit smoking, it reduces your risk of illness, disability or death caused by cancer, heart or lung disease. The safety of the people around you will protect them by reducing their exposure to secondhand smoke. It will also save you money – the average smoker saves £150 a month.
If you’re pregnant, stop smoking. The risks of smoking during pregnancy are serious, from premature birth to increasing the risk of miscarriage, abortion and sudden infant death.
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How to quit smoking – FREE Local support from
Smokefree Living has a goodly pleasant design, which has a lot of experience in helping people stop smoking better. They will see everyone from the twelfth century, a community founded in places across North Yorkshire, to have and make home visits for people who have mobility issues.
If you’re pregnant and you’d like to leave, you can access the service yourself or ask your midwife to report it to you. You will be offered the option of home visitation or make an appointment at the clinic if you prefer.
Smokefree Living Options offers personalized, one-to-one support for over six to 12 weeks. You will be allowed at least 30p a day
- access to a dedicated Stop Smoking Consultant;
- supplement or Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) or Champix; or *
- local weekly one-to-one sessions.
* Quit one product per person who pays prescription charges. The products are free for people who do not pay prescription charges.
We know that people who use this combination of aid are four times more likely to remain quiet and quiet.
Contact the Smokefree Quicksilver team to advise on smoking pro bono.
Phone: 01609 797272
Stopping smoking on your hands – self-help quitting tools
Around half of all smokers in England alone are using voluntarily, which is the least effective way to quit. If you’d like to try going Smokefree, visit NHS Smokefree for information about the free media.
Download NHS Smokefree app
Useful information on how to quit smoking
Cancer Research UK campaign
Find the right tools to quit smoking visit the Cancer Research Right Tools website.