Onelife Suffolk services have now ceased delivery in Suffolk. Our company Morelife UK Ltd operate nationally providing valuable health information and interventions, for further information about our services and what we do please visit

Home > Our Free Services > Stop Smoking

Stop Smoking

The final date for new stop smoking referrals will be Friday 18th August. This deadline for referrals allows the One Life Suffolk team to triage new patients, offer an initial consultation and provide access to treatment and support.

Find your local Stop Smoking service.
The logo for the Stop Smoking service.
Drawing of an ashtray with a cigarette in it

There are so many benefits to stopping smoking; younger looking skin, whiter teeth, better breathing and fitness levels, longer life, less stress, improved smell and taste, more energy and protecting the health of your loved ones.

On average, most people who quit smoking save around £250 per month.

The Stop Smoking team at OneLife Suffolk provide a supportive behaviour change programme which enables an increased opportunity for a long-term positive lifestyle change. In fact, you are three times more likely to stop smoking with our support!

Why you should stop smoking during COVID-19

After the government highlighted the risks to smokers from COVID-19, Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) has joined health professionals in calling on smokers to #QuitforCovid.

Smoking and COVID-19

In the time of the coronavirus pandemic, taking action to protect and improve your health is particularly important.

Smoking causes damage to the lungs and airways and harms the immune system, reducing your ability to fight infection. Smoking is also very harmful to the cardiovascular system (the heart and the blood vessels that carry blood around your body), which has many negative impacts on health including increased risk of heart attack and stroke.

COVID-19 is a disease caused by a respiratory virus, SARS-CoV-2. People who smoke generally have an increased risk of contracting respiratory infection and of more severe symptoms once infected.

Stopping smoking will bring immediate benefits to your respiratory and cardiovascular health, including if you have an existing smoking-related disease. Overall it will also help to reduce the use of NHS services.

This echoes the advice of the Chief Medical Officer who said: 

“If you are going to give up smoking, this is a very good moment to do it.”

Chief Medical Officer

Everyone is different, it's about finding what's best for them...

Julie Newman Stop Smoking Practitioner

On average, most people who quit smoking save around £250 per month.