National No Smoking Day has been observed in England every year since 1984. This year it also falls on budget day -when cigarettes are destined to rise in price by at least 2%.
Action on Smoking and Health points out that a 10-a-day smoker spends an average of £23.50 a week on smoking - or £1200 a year. They say this is 6% of an average wage. so - giving up will equate to a 6% payrise in savings. Obviously, these figures are doubled for a 20-a-day smoker.
ASH says that the best chance of quitting smoking is to use a Stop Smoking Service - with behavioural support and coaching , as well as prescriptions of medicines and nicotine replacement therapy. However, one in three Stop Smoking Services has been cut back by the current austerity measures.
Effective Hypnosis was voted Ealing Business of the Year in both 2016 and 2017 - by satisfied customers through www.thebestof.co.uk. That's a lot of happy clients. Hypnotherapy can be used to help you...