As well as receiving support and stop smoking medications with Live Life Better there are lots of helpful websites, apps and information to support you on your smoke free journey.
We’ve gathered some together here.
Orcha health and wellbeing apps library
We've partnered with partnership with The Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Apps (ORCHA) to develop a new digital apps library.
All of the apps on the library have undergone rigorous checks to ensure that they are of the highest possible quality
Apps include help with quitting smoking, managing stress and getting active.
My Quit Route
My Quit Route is an app that will give you the expert advice and scientifically-proven tools you need to quit smoking for good.
You can use it either on its own or in combination with Nicotine Replacement Therapy (such as patches, gums, sprays or lozenges), stop smoking medications (such as Champix or Zyban) or e-cigarettes.
First, My Quit Route will guide you to set your quit date. Then it will prepare you for this date by helping you to:
- change how you think about smoking so you won’t feel deprived when you stop
- recognise all the gains you will make by quitting, and the dangers you will avoid
- focus on what is really motivating you to go smoke-free
- learn how to avoid weight gain when you no longer smoke
- consider what other support options are available to you
You can download My Quit Route for Apple and Android.
Find out how much you can save by quitting with the NHS quit calculator.
The NHS Smokefree app can help you stop smoking by giving daily support and motivation.
Millions of people have used Smokefree support to help them stop smoking. Choose from an app, email, SMS and face-to-face guidance. Find out more at Smokefree.
Get lots of help and advice on a wide range of smoking related topics on the NHS website.
Find out all about the health benefits that quitting smoking can offer to you and your family. NHS Smokefree explains how your health will improve with every smoke free day that passes.
Stop smoking tools
Find interactive apps, tools and more from the NHS.
Stop smoking treatments
If you want to stop smoking, several different treatments are available from shops, pharmacies and on prescription to help you beat your addiction and reduce withdrawal symptoms.
One You has lots of information, advice and support on how to quit for good on their One You smoking pages.
British Heart Foundation
Find out how stopping smoking can benefit your heart health at the British Heart Foundation.