Support stop smoking – City of York Council
Our City of York Council Health Trainers offers a service book that the relief of all the inhabitants of York must be of assistance to those who have stopped smoking.
- You’re 3 times more likely to quit with help and support
- A person who smokes 20 cigarettes a day can save up to £2,500 a year if you stop smoking
- Between 2 weeks to 3 months after you stop smoking, the risk of a heart attack will start to fall and your lung function will start to improve.
Our office offers courses that can support you to change your smoking habits, and I will advise you to buy these medications if necessary.
If you think we could help make you feel happier and healthier by making health or lifestyle changes contact CYC Health Trainers.
For more information please post a post, postcard, and referral form.
Previous medication for pregnant women or patients waiting for surgery
12 weeks’ book nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) is available for pregnant women.
We also offer vouchers for pregnant smokers.
Professional care customers can continue to report to the Stop Smoking service through their surgery, or you can report to them by calling us.
Voucher account for pregnant smokers
Stopping smoking during pregnancy is the best thing for your health, your health, and your baby.
Cigarettes limit the essential oxygen supply to your baby, so their heart has to beat the smoke harder every time.
Our incentive to stop smoking provides pregnant women free-dose torturerfor both you and the other and memorable up to £170 to complete the program and smoke free.
Authorities are available in a number of sellers including:
- John Lewis
Contact CYC Health Trainers for more information or to make an appointment.
Stop drug smoking
Examples of medication that can help you with smoking:
- Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) (chewing gum packs) can be purchased at some medications
- Now we have been able to offer free NRT for 4 weeks and up to 12 weeks for pregnant women
Other items to help you quit, such as e-cigarettes, can be purchased from special shops.
Stop smoking casu
Mum and daughter Tina and Claire couldn’t believe how much money they saved when retiring. They both used the local Stop Parking as ‘smoke free’.
Tina, 49, had quit smoking 30 years ago. By the time of his illness, he had just begun to leave, and afterward had been using nicotine therapy. Claire is determined to be so quiet, helping to support her mum – and they did it together, by seeing a local Stop Fitness monitor acquainted with the service. Their organizer helped the medicine to best fit the individual.
”I can’t believe I saved money – I used to go to the gym to fit. I can exercise more, I can breathe more easily, it feels great!”
We look forward to helping you on your journey to become ‘smoke free’.