Get help achieving your New Year's resolution, whether it is losing weight, getting fit, stopping smoking, eating more healthily or drinking less.
Healthy New Year Resolutions
Around seven million of us make a New Year’s resolution to improve an aspect of our health. After the overindulgence of Christmas, many people see the new year as an opportunity for self-improvement.
To find advice, support and tools to help you with your resolutions, use our links below:
Quit smoking - all you need to help you achieve your goal to stop smoking, including ordering a free 'Quit Kit' - new and improved for 2012, getting support and tracking your progress. Online tools include an addiction test, cost calculator, Quit app and stress-busting MP3's
Drink less alcohol - get tips on cutting down, read about the health risks of drinking too much and find out where to get help and support. Use NHS Choices interactive tools to calculate your alcohol units, assess your drinking levels and track your drinking over time. Tools include an iPhone or desktop Drinks Tracker.
Eat more fruit and veg - whether you are cooking for a family or eating on the go, our tips and recipes can help you get your 5 A DAY.
More on the NHS Choices website...
New Year resolutions video (external link) - in this video life coach Sandy Warr gives practical tips on how to put your good intentions into action and achieve your long-term goals.
Get fit (external link) - boost your fitness with fun and practical ideas to help you get into shape, from exercising at home, to learning to dance.
Lose weight (external link) - get practical tips to lose excess weight, including getting started, healthy food swaps, and tips from others on what worked for them.