Personal health in your hands: Win a personal CO monitor this World No Tobacco Day!
How the world's first Smokerlyzer® monitor for your smartphone can help you quit smoking.
By: NewMed Ltd.
A study by Beard and West on the effectiveness of personal carbon monoxide monitoring, found that 7/10 people "felt as though the monitors had reduced their cigarette consumption"
The iCO™ is the world's first Smokerlyzer® CO monitor that connects to your smartphone/tablet. Small, sleek and portable, this personal CO monitor enables you to monitor your CO levels, track your progress and share your results; simply download the app and be motivated to quit smoking, anytime, anywhere. Through a simple, non-invasive breath test this monitor measures the harmful levels of CO in the blood caused by smoking; the more you smoke, the higher the reading but as you start your quit attempt, you can track your readings as they fall.
To be entered into the prize draw, simply visit www.icoquit.co.uk/
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3.Beard E, West R. Pilot Study of the Use of Personal Carbon Monoxide Monitoring to Achieve Radical Smoking Reduction. Journal of Smoking Cessation. 2012;7(01):12-
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