Smoking is harmful to your child. Even if you don't smoke in the same room as them, smoke remains on your clothing and in your breath for several hours after your last cigarette.
Recognised health complications include:
You could also save at least £2,750 a year by quitting a 20 cigarette a day habit!
There are many local NHS quitting services available to help you through this process. They can offer face-to-face and telephone support, and access to nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) and other medicine.
National Smoking Helpline:
National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training:
Stop exposing your child to unecessary harm - pick up the telephone today and take the next step