No Smoking Day is the national day which celebrates the success of people who have stopped smoking and encourage those still smoking to give up for good.
Without question, giving up smoking is the best thing any smoker can do for their health – as around half will die from the deadly addiction.
Shock figures show more than 1,700 people on average die every year in Sheffield due to smoking related illness.
Only York, London and Bournemouth sit below Sheffield in the 24 biggest towns and cities in UK for smoking deaths.
Mike Lawrence expert in helping smokers overcome nicotine addiction: “Everyone’s different, which means the way you quit smoking needs to be your choice. It’s all about working out what’s right for you to increase your chances of quitting for good. It’ll only take a few days before you start to notice the effects – you’ll breathe easier and find physical activity less strenuous after just three days.
“You don’t have to wait for No Smoking Day as your day to quit – tell your friends and family that you’ve chosen to stop smoking and how you’re going to do it. Letting other people know your plans helps you commit to quitting and helps your friends and family to support and motivate you.”
If you’re ready to quit call Mike Lawrence at Sheffield’s Leading Stop Smoking Clinic on 0114 327 2683 for expert advice and help.
Mike Lawrence at : www.mikelawrence.co.uk