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Stopping smoking and mental health

Quitting smoking can be a challenging journey – here are some tips and guidance on how to help a family member, friend or colleague living with a mental health condition to stop smoking.

Nicorette® Collaboration with Mental Health UK

Nicorette has created and reviewed in partnership with Mental Health UK (Charity no. 1170815), a factsheet and conversation guide with tips on how to instigate a conversation about quitting with a smoker living with a mental health condition. The below resources provide facts and information to help support them on their quitting journey. There is also a leaflet aimed at smokers living with a mental health condition, with information to help them to quit smoking.

 

Available resources

 
Leaflet (200kb)

Mental Health UK does not endorse any specific medicinal product or medicinal brand

Additional resources from Nicorette

 

The ‘My Support Guide’ will help a smoker visualise their success, keep their focus and stay motivated during their quit journey.

My Support Guide (200kb)

Additional resources available from Mental Health UK

 
 

On behalf of Mental Health UK, this guide will provide tips on how to instigate a conversation about mental health conditions.

How to talk to someone living with a mental health condition (200kb)

This link will take you to Mental Health UK’s website.

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