Stop Smoking

The World Health Organization confirms that smoking is the greatest preventable cause of death in the world, causing more health problems than obesity and alcoholism.

Fortunately, a number of proven smoking cessation treatments are available to help men and women over the age of 18 to permanently quit. For some people giving up cigarettes can be very stressful, which is why smoking cessation pills such as Champix are often recommended to be used alongside behavioural support therapy.

To quit smoking in as little as 12 weeks you can buy Champix, the most effective smoking cessation drug available, after completing a free consultation with us online. We will only sell Champix to you if our doctor feels that it is safe for you to use based on your health and medical history. If your consultation is approved, our doctor will issue a prescription and pass it to our pharmacy that will ship it, free of charge, via overnight delivery.

You are more likely to quit smoking by using Champix than you are with any other treatment of method of smoking cessation. Champix is a 12 week oral treatment which works by preventing the cravings that arise from smoking withdrawal and stops you from enjoying a cigarette if you given into temptation and smoke a cigarette.

How can smoking damage my health?

Cigarettes contain nicotine, which is highly addictive and is what makes it so hard to permanently quit. When you smoke cigarettes, you place yourself at risk of a number of critical and long-term health conditions. Of the 114,000 smoking related deaths in the UK each year, approximately 42,800 are caused by cancers and 30,600 from cardiovascular disease. As a smoker you aren’t the only one at risk of developing serious health problems, but non-smokers in your environment are also more likely to develop respiratory problems due to exposure to second-hand smoke.

Giving up on your own, by using stop smoking pills or other treatments, can significantly lower your risk of developing emphysema, heart problems and chronic lung diseases. It can also prevent you from further affecting the health of those around you.

What other health problems does smoking cause?

The British Medical Association estimates that up to 120,000 men suffer from impotence as a result of smoking. Smoking causes blood vessels to narrow which means that blood is no longer capable of flowing freely into the penile tissues, which prevents the penis from becoming erect like usual. Giving up smoking allows your blood vessels to return back to normal, so taking stop smoking pills and quitting can be hugely beneficial.

Smoking can raise your blood pressure, leading to heart attacks or stroke. It is also known to stain your teeth and gums, as well as contributing to the development of ulcers. Using a smoking cessation treatment to stop smoking can also help improve your breathing and reduce the risk of developing lung cancer.

Which smoking cessation treatment should I use?

It’s never too late to quit smoking. If you are unsure of which method of smoking cessation to use, consult your GP or speak to one of our registered doctors online who can recommend a suitable solution for you.

Many people manage to give up using will power alone, but if the cravings and mood swings are getting the better of you, then there are treatments that can help. One of the most popular over-the-counter solutions is nicotine replacement aids like patches, gums or pills.

Prescription medication and various forms of behavioural therapy can also be explored as suitable smoking cessation methods. Champix is one of the most effective smoking cessation drugs and can help you give up in just 12 weeks. These smoking cessation pills can also be used for an extended period to offer prolonged help for heavy smokers.