Quitline Guernsey Sessions

New Clients Sessions At PEH

Mondays:   8.45am - 9.30am
and 6pm

Tuesdays:   12pm - 1pm

Wednesdays:   6pm

Thursdays:   1pm - 2pm

Saturdays:   9.30am


 

Follow up sessions at PEH

Monday :   8.45am - 9.30am

and 5.30pm - 6pm
and 7pm - 7.30pm

Tuesdays:   12pm - 1pm

Wednesdays :   5.15pm - 5.45pm
and 7pm - 7.30pm

Thursdays:   1pm - 2pm

Saturdays :   10.30am - 11am


Wednesdays at the

Guilles-Allès Public Library

New Clients:
1.30pm

Follow up clients:
12.30pm  - 1.30pm

 


1to 1, or appointments for groups of family,
friends or work colleagues are available by
arrangement  at the PEH Monday to Saturday,

at Les Nouvelle Maritaine Thursday evenings,
in the workplace Monday – Friday.

We are also keen to open new clinics to make
the service more accessible so do speak to us
about appointments at times & locations that

would work for you.

Call 233170




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A young peoples Guide

Quitline has a Specialist who works specifically with young people.

We offer 1-1 appointments, usually held at The Princess Elizabeth Hospital or group sessions that can be held at school.

Appointments are arranged on a weekly basis for up to 10 weeks where we will provide you with support and where necessary, FREE Nicotine Replacement Therapy.

Ask your family, carers or your teacher to contact us for you.


Alternatively, you could give us a call on 233170 or email us.

All appointments are confidential and FREE of charge

 

If you are reading this then you have already taken the first step - well done. 

 

The decision to stop smoking may feel slightly overwhelming, but with the right help and support from family and friends you can do it. If you’ve tried to quit before and it didn’t work, don’t worry; use what you learned from previous attempts so you can be more successful.

Quitting Tips for young people
Everyone knows that smoking can cause cancer when you are older but many are unaware of the effects it’s having on their bodies right now. One cigarette contains 4000 chemicals. Every time you inhale cigarette smoke, small amounts of these chemicals go into your blood stream through your lungs and travel into all parts of your body.

Quitting Tips for young people

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Choose the right time. Quitting during exam time is not very easy for some - consider delaying your attempt until after your exams when you are less likely to be stressed. 

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Be prepared. Cravings can appear at any time during the first few weeks whilst your body is adjusting to being a non-smoker. A stress ball might be helpful or some sugar free gum or mints. The more prepared you are, the easier it will be. 

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Tell your family and friends and ask them to support you. Ask them not to tease you about it. Try asking them not to smoke in front of you. 

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Throw away all your cigarettes, lighters and ashtrays - as a non-smoker you won’t need them again.  

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Choose a friend to help you. Arrange to call him / her at those times you feel you want to smoke. 

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The Specialist Advisor can arrange for you to receive FREE Nicotine Replacement Therapy if necessary. 

 

 

If you want to quit we want to help.

Contact us on Tel 233170 or email us.


Feel better without smoking!