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No Smoking Day 2021

Quit smoking; get happy

It might not feel like a good time to quit smoking – but it is. Last year, during lockdown, one million people quit. New research confirms that now those ex-smokers will now be feeling happier and more positive than if they were still smoking.

We don’t often talk about the benefits of quitting to mental health, but just as it improves your physical health, stopping smoking also improves your sense of wellbeing. Withdrawal can be tough, but with help, smokers can come out the other side feeling happier, healthier and wealthier too.

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To get support with quitting visit: www.nhs.uk/smokefree

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If you smoke, quitting will improve your health and wellbeing, help protect the health of those around you, and reduce your need to use the NHS.

It’s never too late to quit. From the moment you quit your body starts to repair itself.

Why quit?

If you’re trying to quit, you don’t have to go it alone Help available

If you do not feel able to quit right now, there are other steps you can take. Protect others

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“I have definitely noticed the benefits of quitting - my sense of smell has returned, my taste has come back and my blood pressure has come down too.”

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