We know that for most people stopping smoking is incredibly hard. Some people find it easier once they’ve been diagnosed with a lung condition or been prescribed oxygen but, for many people, quitting is still a struggle.
We’ve been contacted by a journalist who is writing an article on oxygen and the difficulty of quitting smoking. They’ve asked whether we know anyone who might be able to help.
This might be someone who doesn’t feel that they get enough cessation support to help them quit or someone who is reluctant to tell their doctor or oxygen provider in case they get taken off oxygen. Or perhaps someone who did smoke for a long time on oxygen but then something helped them quit.
Obviously this is a very sensitive topic so anyone who gets involved would have the right to remain anonymous if they choose.
If you have experience of this and would like to help, or simply find out more, then please contact me by sending me a personal message on here, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling me on 020 7688 5557.
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