Today is National No Smoking Day, why not make it the day you stop smoking once and for all. The last couple of years have been extremely challenging and for many our physical and mental health has been compromised. But stopping smoking will bring instant benefits to your health and reduce your chance of developingRead More About National No Smoking Day 2022
There are lots of different products out there to support you when you quit smoking, so you may be wondering which product is the best for you. We have provided a list of the pros and cons of some of the Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) we offer at Everyone Health to help support you whilstRead More About NRT – Pros and Cons on different products
All tobacco products whether smoked, rolled or chewed are harmful. Tobacco contains nicotine which is addictive, and all tobacco products have serious health consequences. Outlined below are some of the tobacco products you may need help to quit. Cigarettes Cigarettes are made up of tobacco, a range of chemical additives, a filter and paper andRead More About Tobacco – Know the Risks
After the year we have all just experienced, seeing friends, going out and having a social life is really important. But who we see, where we go and what we do can have a big impact on if and what we smoke. Smoking might seem completely normal if your friends smoke. But you can becomeRead More About Does your social life affect your smoking habits?
Giving up smoking can be a challenge and everyone’s journey to becoming smoke free will be different. Learning what makes quitting unique for some women may help you become smoke free too. Understanding Triggers Reminders of smoking, like seeing or smelling a cigarette can make you crave one too, along with negative emotions. Feeling stressedRead More About Become a smoke free woman today!
1. Smokers have a greater risk of developing a severe case of, and dying from, COVID-19. 2. Everything stinks! From your skin and hair to your house, clothes, and especially your breath. 3. Tobacco causes teeth to yellow and creates excess dental plaque. 4. Smoking tobacco and the use of smokeless tobacco cause bad breath.Read More About 100 Reasons to Quit Smoking – World No Tobacco Day 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has provided another reason to stop smoking, according to the World Health Organisation, (WHO), smokers have a greater risk of developing a severe case and dying from COVID-19. However, we all know that quitting can be challenging, but you don’t have to go it alone. That’s why Everyone Health are supporting WHO’sRead More About Commit to Quit – World No Tobacco Day 31st May 2021
It is estimated that 100,000 people die each year from smoking-related diseases, including cancer and that smoking causes more than a quarter of all cancer deaths in the UK. In addition, the average smoker spends over £4300 per year on cigarettes. So, what will be your reason to stop smoking once and for all? WeRead More About Find your reason to Quit Smoking
Gov UK recently released a study from China that shows the impact of Covid-19 on smokers and the people around them who are exposed to the second-hand smoke. “The evidence clearly shows COVID-19 virus attacks the respiratory system, which explains why smokers are at greater risk”; the airways and lungs are damaged by smoking and secondhandRead More About Smokers With Covid-19 Are 14 Times More Likely to Develop Severe Disease
Am I at greater risk from Covid-19 if I smoke and how? Yes, Coronavirus attacks the lungs and respiratory system. If you smoke, you are more vulnerable to serious infection with coronavirus because the lungs are already weakened. We have small brush like hairs in the airways called Cilia which move mucous, inhaled debris andRead More About Covid-19 and Smoking