Quit smoking Plan
How to quit smoking
As with any addiction, you’re never 100% over nicotine, but as time ticks by we hope you’ll continue to reap the benefits of a smoke free life.
Understanding the facts
Your risk of coronary heart disease drops by half after a year and continues to reduce every year you stay away from cigarettes. Risks of smoking related cancer are also reduced.
There are no long-term negatives involved in quitting smoking, however, be careful about being a smug ex-smoker. Try to help others who were once in your situation; don’t become a preacher, but a supportive shoulder for people to turn to.
Quit smoking tips
Personalise Your Quit Smoking Plan
- Tell us why you’re quitting and select your preferred stop smoking method.
- Set up quit tip alerts via email or through your preferred calendar.
- Arrive at the right step in your plan when you return to Quit With Help on your computer, tablet or phone.
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Help me to stop smoking
Healthcare professionals are trained to help people quit smoking and can advise you on the most suitable methods to use. You’re up to four times more likely to give up smoking with help from a healthcare professional than going it alone.