How to Get the Help You Need to Quit Smoking for Good!
Are you worried that smoking is destroying your health? Have you tried to quit smoking before and failed?
Do you dream about living a life free from an addiction to cigarettes?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, (clinic name) and the NHS can help. NHS quit smoking services include behavioral and pharmaceutical support. The latter being:
● Varenicline (Champix)
● Bupropion (Zyban)
● nicotine replacement therapy, such as patches and gum
Here’s how it works: You schedule a one-to-one or group smoking session. During your session, we will provide you with the information, support and encouragement you need to stop smoking for good.
Just Look at the Many Health Benefits Awaiting You Once You Quit:
● In 20 minutes: Your heart rate becomes stabilized.
● In 8 hours: The oxygen level in your blood increases and you breathe easier.
● Within 24 hours: Blood pressure, pulse rate, and the level of carbon dioxide in your blood usually return to normal.
● In the first week: Your sense of smell and sense of taste improve, and you begin to lower your risk of heart attack.
● In the first three months: You experience improvement in your circulation and your immune system.
● In the first nine months: You experience a decrease in sinus congestion, wheezing and phlegm production, breathing becomes stronger, and your liver function improves.
● In the first year: You cut your risk of dying from a heart attack IN HALF.
● Within five years: You reduce your risk of suffering a stroke to that of a non-smoker.
● Within ten years: You cut your risk of getting lung cancer IN HALF.
Smoking Can Take a Serious Toll On Your Health!
Tobacco can be blamed for several conditions including:
● Pulmonary disease
● Cardiovascular disease
● Lung cancer
● Trachea cancer
● Bronchial cancer
● Larynx cancer
● Esophageal cancer
● Pancreas cancer
● Kidney cancer
● Bladder cancer
● Cervix cancer
● Impotency due to reduced blood flow
It is estimated that some 85,000 deaths per year are caused by pulmonary disease, obstructive pulmonary disease and pneumonia. The longer you smoke, the worse the respiratory diseases become.
Registering with the Connaught Square General Practice...
To stop smoking with the help of a qualified GP, click here and complete the two online forms.
Alternatively, you can visit us at 41 Connaught Square, London W2 2HL and complete the two necessary forms in person.
(We are open 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday; 8am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday.)
With the paperwork complete, your registration takes less than 24 hours to complete.