Quitting smoking is important: For your own health, as well as for the health of the people around you. If you are trying to conceive, if you are pregnant or if you have a young family, smoking is a habit you can definitely do without. Smoking damages your body. Maybe you don’t notice this immediately and therefore it seems harmless. Unfortunately it isn’t. 91% of people suffering from lung cancer are or have been active smokers.
Yet, you smoke for a reason. Out of habit, because you like it, or because smoking makes you feel relaxed. We know that changing any habit can be hard. And if quitting smoking were easy, you would not need help.
At Healthy Parenting we work with you to support you and (optionally) your partner with quitting smoking. Without judgment and without the well-meant advice you have heard before, but by supporting you in your priorities.