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When you quit smoking, it reduces your risk of illness, disability or death caused by cancer, heart or lung disease. It will protect the health of the people around you by reducing their exposure to secondhand smoke. It will also save you money - the average smoker saves £150 a month when they quit.

If you are pregnant, stopping smoking is even more important. The risks of smoking during pregnancy are serious, from premature delivery to increased risk of miscarriage, stillbirth and sudden infant death.

Read more at One You here.

How to quit smoking - FREE Local support from

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Living Well Smokefree has a team of advisors who have plenty of experience in helping people to stop smoking for good. They will see anyone from the age of 12, have community based locations across North Yorkshire and can arrange home visits for people who have mobility issues.

If you are pregnant and would like to quit, you can access the service yourself or ask your midwife to refer you.  You will be offered a choice of a home visit or an appointment in a clinic if you prefer.

Living Well Smokefree offers personalised, one-to-one support over six to 12 weeks. For as little as 30p a day* you can get:

  • access to a dedicated Stop Smoking Consultant;
  • a supply of either Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) or Champix; or
  • local weekly one-to-one sessions.

* Based on one quit product per person who pays prescription charges. The products are free to people who do not pay prescription charges. 

We know that people who use this combination of support are four times more likely to quit - and stay quit.

Contact the Living Well Smokefree team for advice about giving up smoking for good.

website – www.northyorks.gov.uk/stopping-smoking

Telephone number: 01609 797272

Email: stop.smoking@northyorks.gov.uk

 
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