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Stop Smoking Service

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Our service offer support to help people quit smoking, here to help take the first step for a better quality of life for yourself & others



Helping you towards a heathy life.

It’s never too late to quit using smoking, the sooner you quit, the more you can reduce your chances of getting cancer and other diseases relating to smoking.

If you’re looking to stop smoking for yourself or helping someone, then we’re here to help, we understand quitting smoking can be challenging and difficult to overcome, but with the right help tools & advice, you’ll soon improve the quality of life not only for yourself but others around you.


If you’ve tried to quite smoking in the past but found it hard to overcome the withdrawals that come with it, including urge to smoke, restlessness, irritability, headaches & concentration problem to name a few, then we are here to help you through your journey.

Many of us try to quit smoking with willpower alone, but it's much easier to go

smoke-free with the right help. 


Our Stop smoking service

Here at Greywell pharmacy, we can give you the necessary help & guidance about quitting smoking. We can also assist you with the appropriate products from our pharmacy such as nicotine replacement patches, nicotine inhaler, chewing gum, nasal sprays & advice on rechargeable

e-cigarettes, we can also prescribe tablets to help relieve the craving and withdrawal symptoms associated with stopping smoking.


And for added support for yourself there are various apps that can help you along the way, such as keeping track & checking your milestones and achievements to keep you motivated.



Benefits of quitting smoking

Take up the benefits of quitting smoking, including:


  • Reduced risk of heart disease, stroke, vascular disease and respiratory disease

  • Your sense of taste and smell improving

  • Healthier looking skin

  • Improved lung function, leading to reductions in any cough, wheezing or other breathing problems

  • Better for those around you, such as second hand smoking.



Preventing harm to others

Stopping smoking not only benefits you, but also helps the health of your friends & family around you.


Second-hand smoke

Stopping smoking means that you're no longer putting others at risk through second-hand smoke (passive smoking). This benefits babies and children, pregnant women & those who are vulnerable


When those around you breathe in your second-hand smoke – what we call passive smoking – not only is it unpleasant for them, it can damage their health, and when exposed to second-hand smoke regularly, they are more likely to get the same diseases as smokers, including lung cancer and heart disease.


Pregnant women exposed to passive smoke are more prone to premature birth and their baby is more at risk of low birthweight and sudden infant death syndrome (cot death).

Young children are at higher risk of breathing problems, asthma, and allergies who are exposed to smoke in their home.



Do I need to make an appointment? 

You don’t need to make a appointment, simply pop into our pharmacy and we are ready to help you. If you would like to schedule an appointment for the NHS stop smoking service, contact us to arrange a time suitable for you to attend. 

Download the FREE NHS quite Smoking app to help


The app allows you to: 

  • Track your progress

  • See how much you are saving 

  • Daily support 


Get in touch to find out more about our stop smoking service

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