Quit smoking ahead of Ramadan

Will you observe Ramadan this year?

Muslim smokers who fast during Ramadan refrain from food, drinks and smoking during the daytime to fulfil their religious obligation of fasting during this month. Fasting alone is hard but doing it at the same time as nicotine withdrawal is even harder. So instead of avoiding cigarettes why not try and stop smoking once and for all?

Whether you want to quit for health or faith reasons our fully trained stop smoking advisors will help you understand and manage your cravings and provide the support you need to quit for good. Our service is completely free, all you have to do is take the first step by completing the contact form here or call 01392 908 139.

My smoking advisor sent me patches and an inhalator in the post for free and made sure I didn’t run out. Using these products helped with the cravings. I have been a non-smoker for 3 months now and my breathing is so much better
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