Redbridge

Stoptober 2019


Stoptober is returning to encourage smokers across England to make a successful quit attempt during October! Stoptober is the 28-day stop smoking challenge from Public Health England that is based on the insight that if a smoker can stop smoking for 28-days.

Stoptober launches mid-September and encourages as many smokers as possible to prepare to quit from 1st October by signing up to the campaign and utilising the range of FREE resources and support available.

Our highly trained specialists provide advice, support and encouragement on how best to go about quitting smoking for good, something which studies show is four times more likely if you make use of both the specialist support and medication we have on offer.

0333 005 0095

www.redbridge.everyonehealth.co.uk

Smoking
Ways to Quit

Whether you quit smoking using traditional medication or an e-cigarette, evidence shows that you have a much better chance of quitting with the support of your stop smoking service.

I have learned I can live without cigarettes

Smoking
Stoptober 2019

Stoptober is returning to encourage smokers across England to make a successful quit attempt during October!

Events
Disability Festival

Everyone Health Redbridge Stop Smoking team attended the Disability Awareness Day Festival on Christchurch Green, High Street, Wanstead to raise awareness of the new service available to the people of Redbridge.

Smoking
Young people and smoking

People start smoking for many different reasons. Some people start because they're curious, because their mates smoke, or they're bored.

Smoking
Smoking in Pregnancy

Now that you're pregnant, quitting smoking has never been more important for both you and your baby. The Redbridge Stop Smoking Service has a team of specialist stop smoking advisors who can help you make the change.

Smoking
Going Smoke Free

Deciding to go smoke free can have a positive impact on your health, your life and your standard of living, and it can also benefit your friends and family.

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E-cigarettes

An estimated 2.9 million adults in Great Britain currently use electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) and of these 1.5 million people have completely stopped smoking cigarettes.

Smoking
Ways to quit

Whether you quit smoking using traditional medication or an e-cigarette, evidence shows that you have a much better chance of quitting with the support of your stop smoking service.