Six of the best ways to quit smoking in 2020

Six of the best ways to quit smoking in 2020 The Week Magazine have published an article highlighting the best ways to quit smoking in 2020. E-cigarettes have been identified as one of the best ways to quit smoking. With the BMJ reporting that there is a “growing consensus” among scientists that switching to vapes…

Smoke Free Christmas

Smoke Free Christmas Stopsmokingservice.co.uk have published some advice and tips to having a smoke free Christmas. With the month of December well underway our attention turns to the up and coming Christmas festivities. With gifts, food shopping, Covid restrictions, the last thing on our mind is to stop smoking. However there is no better time…

Christmas and Mental Health

Christmas and Mental Health Whilst many people will be enjoying this year’s celebrations and Christmas is generally a time for festivities and gift giving, many others will find this time very difficult. With the Covid-19 pandemic, state of the economy and uncertainties many of us have, this year’s Christmas celebrations present a unique challenge. Mind.org…

Health Benefits of Smoking Cessation

Health Benefits of Smoking Cessation People of all ages who have already developed smoking-related health problems can still benefit from quitting. Below is a list comparing age to the health benefit you will receive when you stop smoking even if you already have a smoking-related health problem: At about 30: gain almost 10 years of…

Stop Smoking Calculator

Stop Smoking Calculator Tobacco smoking is a large expense. During this Covid-19 pandemic many people are under enormous financial stress. Health benefits aren’t the only benefit you will have if you quit smoking today. There is a large financial benefit to be had once you have stopped smoking. To see what you can save, use…

Smoking and Covid-19

Smoking and Covid-19 The World Health Organization (WHO) has completed an analysis of 35 peer reviewed studies on the association of smoking with COVID-19. The review found that smokers are more likely to develop severe disease from COVID-19 than non-smokers, and in hospitalised patients with COVID-19, smoking was also associated with increased severity of illness…

How Are You? Quiz

Take The How Are You Quiz? One You are offering a free personalised health score when you complete this 10-minute quiz. This is not a medical assessment and If you are concerned about your health and well-being please see your health professional. To take the quiz click on the button below. Take The Quiz