- Smokefree sites
- Start the session
- Why Children's Centres are smokefree
- What does smokefree mean?
- Your role
- What to say to a smokerA recap
- Body language
- Brief advice
- What is Brief Advice?
- Why is it important?
- What's in tobacco?
- Smoking in pregnancy
- Secondhand smoke (SHS) in the home is harmful to children
- Supporting smokers to quitVideo
- The Three AsA recap
- NHS Stop Smoking Services in Devon
- Other ways of getting help
- Take the test
What’s in tobacco?
In the tobacco leaf. It is addictive and a slight stimulant.
In the tobacco leaf. It contains over 4,000 chemicals and around 60 are carcinogenic. It builds up as a sticky substance in the lungs.
Produced when the tobacco is burned. A poisonous gas also found in car exhaust fumes.