Why not quit smoking on this year’s No Smoking Day?
According to the British National Health Service (NHS), fewer adults are smoking than they used to. Around 14.9 per cent of adults are classified as current smokers, down from 19.8 per cent in 2011.
Quitting tobacco and nicotine use altogether is the best choice a smoker can make. Those that don’t quit, should have access to and information about better alternatives to continued smoking.
Whether you want to quit or switch to an alternative, everyone deserves inspiration that helps - so here are some playlists we've found that will get you in the mood:
You are more powerful than you think you are. Get inspired by this joyful, colorful slab of cosmic disco, showing that upbeat doesn’t mean cheesy.
An ode to love, with Diana Ross, Otis Redding, Marvin Gaye and – of course – The Supremes. The embodiment of joyful abandonment, turn it up, sing, jump, and flail.
IPSOS survey finds that smokers should have access to alternatives to cigarettes and the right to know if better alternatives exist.
Current smokers who want to quit should consider using e-cigarettes, and they should be encouraged by health care providers to switch, a new report from Public Health England say.
In a new occasional series, we interview ordinary people about their views on smoking, quitting and alternatives to cigarettes. This week, we talk to Dion and Panos, two Greek brothers living in the UK.