Giving up smoking is one of the best things you’ll ever do for your health. There are lots of other benefits too, and they start almost immediately. By stopping smoking, you’ll be protecting the health of your non-smoking friends and family, too. Second hand smoke doubles the risk of children getting chest illnesses, including pneumonia, ear infections, wheezing and asthma.
Did you know you can access free 121 support in Walsall, delivered by a qualified Smoking Cessation Advisor? The programme can include 6 weeks of contact, with Nicotine Replacement Therapy as well as professional advice and motivational support.
They can offer advice around things like managing cravings and withdrawal symptoms and behaviour change, as well as advising on Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT).
Stop smoking services are friendly and can massively boost your chances of quitting for good.
These services staffed by expert advisers. They’ll give you accurate information and advice, as well as professional support, during the first few months you stop smoking
They will help you plan ahead to boost your chances of quitting for good.
There is also a Smokefree National Helpline that can help you to quit smoking. They are available on 0300 123 1044 from Monday to Friday 9am to 8pm, and Saturday and Sunday 11am to 4pm
ARE YOU ABLE TO TAKE PART?
If you live, work or are registered with a GP in Walsall we can help you identify self care resources which can help you quit smoking. We can signpost to accurate information and advice, which can boost your chances of quitting for good.
We can also refer you for six weeks of support via telephone consultation, and Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT).
HOW CAN YOU TAKE PART?
CALL US ON 01922 444 044 for advice, signposting to self care resources or referral into Walsall’s smoking cessation programme.
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NHS SMOKEFREE APP
Created for those who want to stop smoking, the Smokefree app is a 4 week programme that puts practical support, encouragement and tailored advice in the palm of your hand.