Smoking (Giving Up) Organisations
ASH - Action on Smoking and Health
Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) provides information on tobacco issues and works to advance measures that will help prevent the addiction, disease and premature death caused by smoking. Established in 1971 by the Royal College of Physicians, ASH has a permanent staff of six based in London, with branches throughout the UK.
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Making better choices today can have a big impact on your health. One You is here to help you get healthier and feel better with free tips, tools and support. Whether it's moving more, eating more healthily or checking yourself - One You can help you make small, practical changes that fit in with your life.
One You Merton
ONE YOU MERTON: Friendly local support to help you eat well, move more, stop smoking or drink less. Free support from your local health advisors. Choose from face to face, phone or email support, Available 7 days a week, 7am - 7pm.
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Millions of people have used Smokefree support to help them stop smoking. Sign up and increase your chances of success, even if you're already using e-cigarettes or stop smoking medication.
Smokefree. The NHS Giving Up Smoking Advice
Smoking is the biggest single cause of ill health and premature death in the UK. In fact, nearly one in five of all deaths are smoking-related (HEA 1995). On average, smokers lose more than one day of life each week (HEA 1991). And it's an expensive habit: the average 20-a-day smoker spends over £100 per month on cigarettes. Giving up can be tough.
This excellent NHS site is dedicated to helping you quit the habit !