Did you know that if you stop smoking for 28 days you're five times more likely to stop for good? Why not join all the people who have succeeded in becoming smokefree and join in this year's challenge.
We have a wide range of specialist smokefree clinics across Peterborough giving you the opportunity to access one near to your home or workplace.
Did you know that you're up to four times more likely to quit successfully with the help of your local stop smoking service?
If you want to stop smoking, you can make small changes to your lifestyle that may help you resist the temptation to light up.
The NHS Smokefree app can help you stop smoking by providing daily support and motivation.
There are many reasons to stop smoking, but here are 5 important ones
Smoking increases your risk of developing more than 50 serious health conditions. Some may be fatal and others can cause irreversible long-term damage to your health.
Smoking accounts for more than 1 in 4 UK cancer deaths and more than 4 in 5 cases of lung cancer. Smoking causes at least 14 types of cancer as well as heart disease and various lung diseases.
An electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) is a device that allows you to inhale nicotine without most of the harmful effects of smoking.
If you want to stop smoking, several different treatments are available from shops, pharmacies and on prescription to help you beat your addiction and reduce withdrawal symptoms.
Non-smokers find it easier to get pregnant.
Stopping smoking improves the body's blood flow so improves sensitivity.
Scientific studies show people's stress levels are lower after they stop smoking.
Protecting your baby from tobacco smoke is one of the best things you can do to give your child a healthy start in life.
Secondhand smoke is dangerous, especially for children. Make sure you have a smokefree home and car.
Tobacco that you don’t smoke (including paan, betel quid and chewing tobacco) is not a 'safe' way to use tobacco.
Smoking is bad for your health, but exactly how will stopping make life better? Here are 10 ways your health will improve when you stop smoking.
Research shows that most smokers get motivated to quit very suddenly, spurred into action by a specific event, milestone or resolution.