Stopping Smoking at Ramadan

Replace shisha with Isha this Ramadan.

It’s a common misconception that shisha is ‘better’ for you than smoking tobacco, however did you know that just 1 shisha session (*which lasts typically 20-80 minutes) is the same amount of carbon monoxide as smoking over 100 cigarettes? Just like regular cigarette smoking, these toxins from tobacco-based shisha puts you at risk of developing heart and circulatory diseases, cancer, respiratory infections and conditions and a nicotine addiction.

Using tobacco-free shisha doesn’t put you in the clear either as the smoke still produces harmful levels of toxins which can be just as bad for you or even more harmful than smoke from tobacco-based cigarettes.

Smoking both shisha and tobacco can also have a big impact on your sense of smell meaning you can wave goodbye to fully enjoying and appreciating all the homemade fresh food for Iftar.

At a time where your body needing to be adequately fuelled is more important than ever, smoking can seriously impact this. Smoking affect’s the body’s ability to absorb a range of important vitamins and minerals like calcium and vitamins C and D which could potentially lead to deficiencies.

It’s important to keep up the good habits practiced in the month of Ramadan, and we can support you. With FREE 12-weeks of Stop Smoking support and Nicotine Replacement Therapy, we can help you to go smoke-free for Ramadan and beyond.

Get in touch with our Stop Smoking service or fill out the contact form to start your quit journey today.

*Shisha – BHF

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Absolutely fabulous, brilliant delivery of all information interesting and enlightening. I have learnt so much about myself, my eating habits have completely changed. I feel better, I am able to walk for enjoyment and lifestyle. My skin is brighter and i don't feel sluggish anymore.
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