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  • Get help when you quit smoking

    If you want to stop smoking, getting the right help can double your chances of success. Sign up to the Quit Plan, try NRT or talk to our stop smoking advisors.

  • Get ready to quit smoking

    Read our guide on how you can prepare to quit smoking. You're more likely to successfully quit smoking if you plan ahead.

  • Advice if you’ve tried to stop smoking before

    If you’ve tried to stop smoking before and it didn’t work, don’t feel like a failure. You can learn something for the next time you try. Never give up giving up. You can get back on track.

  • Prescription treatments to stop smoking

    You can get medicines on prescription to help you stop smoking. It can double or triple your chances of quitting successfully. Your GP will help you to choose.

  • Cravings and withdrawal when you stop smoking

    Most people get cravings and withdrawal symptoms when they give up smoking. Most symptoms stop after a month. Talk to your GP if you’re concerned.

  • Quitting smoking - help on hard days

    Becoming a non-smoker can be hard to get used to. You’re doing something great for your physical health but your emotions might take a week or two to catch up.

  • How to cope when you want to smoke

    Tips on how to cope when you want to smoke. After dealing with a few difficult situations, you’ll become confident and less likely to start smoking again.

  • Smoking and mental health

    Stopping smoking can improve your mood and help relieve stress, anxiety and depression. We can help you quit.

  • Take the 28-day #TheLastStop no smoking challenge in March

    If you can quit smoking for 28 days, you are five times more likely to quit for good. Starting from the 2 March people who smoke all over Ireland will be taking the 28-day challenge.

  • Quit smoking: How to stay motivated during your quit journey

    COVID-19 has changed our day to day lives. Lots of us are worried about our health and that of our loved ones. Quitting smoking has never been more important but you may find your resolve wavering as you cope with the stress and upheaval of the pandemic

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