By taking the leap today if you smoke and promising to quit on No Smoking Day, you'll have two weeks to see your GP or a local stop smoking adviser.
London (PRWEB UK) 6 March 2012
Reporting on a YouGov survey on quit smoking issues, QuitFullStop learns that nicotine addiction is on the tip of people's tongues when it comes to sexual turn-offs.
Official figures reveal that men and women think twice before entering into a relationship with a smoker.
The survey in question, conducted on behalf of the quit smoking No Smoking Day campaign, involved over 2,000 adults and unveiled some surprising attitudes towards an obsession that was once intertwined with romance and seduction.
It was found that 55 per cent of men and 51 per cent of women would think twice about getting hitched or starting a family with a smoker.
VishneeSauntoo, a smoking cessation adviser with the No Smoking Day campaign, which takes place each year on March 14th, echoed the sentiments by stating that cigarette smoking can be a 'real turn off'.
'By taking the leap today if you smoke and promising to quit on No Smoking Day, you'll have two weeks to see your GP or a local stop smoking adviser, tell your family and friends you're quitting and stock up on patches, gum and anything else you might need,' she pointed out.
The statistical evidence, supported by quit smoking ambassadors, all points to the conclusion that nicotine addiction not only limits the chances of a long-standing, healthy existence but also the pursuit of romance.
The news could mean that for men and women who may be considering entering into a relationship, simply making a small but tough sacrifice could bypass the scare of harrowing smoking related illnesses, such as lung cancer, emphysema and stroke.
QuitFullStop is an online information portal dedicated to helping people quit smoking and stay smoke-free. Online a smoker can obtain free, impartial advice on the most relevant topics surrounding smoking cessation.
At QuitFullStop a smoker can find the necessary stop smoking tools, tips and treatment to help them achieve their goal.
'The benefits of quitting are enormous, so whatever the state of your love life, this proposal is bound to help you live happily ever after.'