A single cigarette contains more than 4000 chemicals

A single cigarette contains more than 4000 chemicals

With Spring fast approaching it is likely that those New Year’s resolutions will be falling by the wayside. If quitting smoking was top of the priority list but hasn’t gone as well as planned then all is not lost.

On February 29 – leap year day – smokers are being urged to ‘take the leap’ and prepare to quit smoking exactly two weeks before No Smoking Day (March 14), giving smokers another chance to take that leap towards a healthier lifestyle.

Did you know that people are four times more likely to quit with support compared to those who choose to go it alone. 

Giving up isn’t easy but Lloydspharmacy can help by giving expert advice on the services and products that will work for you. The Lloydspharmacy Stop Smoking Programme offers a free consultation service to help smokers quit. The programme sees 57 per cent of customers reach the four week quit target, much higher than the 44 per cent average of other pharmacies providing the NHS Stop Smoking service. Since the start of 2012 nearly 7,000 people have signed up to the service.

Alison, a former chain smoke, gave up for good with the help of Lloydspharmacy free Stop Smoking Programme. Since the age of 12 she smoked 30 cigarettes daily and has now been smoke-free for three ears. Everytime Alison would have bought  apack of cigarettes she put the money in a jar and has now saved thousands of pounds to treat her family. 

To find your nearest Lloydspharmacy, visit the website, and book an appointment today: www.lloydspharmacy.com/storelocator


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