No smoking

Smoking can be very addictive and is really bad for your health. Quitting can be extremely difficult but there is lots of help and support out there if you want to quit or want to help a family member or friend quit.

A visit to your doctor can be helpful or you could ask your pharmacist for advice on nicotine patches, chewing gums and sprays which can help reduce cravings.

Below are some useful websites and contacts that can give you all the information and advice you need on smoking and quitting:
Smokefree 0300 123 1044

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