FLU, or flu-like symptoms? FIRST STOP = PHARMACY. For more advice on coping with this seasonal scourge, click NHS CHOICES Colds and FLU. Also see below for our fact sheet on coughs and colds.
Over 40? Would you like an NHS Healthcheck? Click here for more information or contact reception for an appointment.
If you are having trouble with sleep – here's help to sort it out!
We all have trouble ‘nodding off’ from time to time, but if you feel your sleep pattern (or lack of it) is affecting your life, our Good Sleep Guide’ might be just what you need. You can download it here [Good Sleep Guide] or ask for a copy at Reception.
Top tips include – getting into a routine during the evening, avoiding TV, phones, and electronic devices before bed and not dozing on the sofa during the evening.
One for the kids...Train like a Jedi!
Inspired by the latest Star Wars movie, characters Rey and Luke feature in lively, ‘get active’ games for children of all ages. Check-out the videos on www.nhs.uk/change4life/activities/train-like-a-jedi A great way to get kids moving and there’s a new one every week!
DIABETES UK knows that it is tricky, awkward and sometimes difficult to talk about - and wants to help make it easier.
Click here for hints, tips and more information
DID YOU KNOW? Walking briskly for 10 minutes counts as exercise - and can help you feel better in so many ways.
Click here for more information including the FREE Active 10 App
DID YOU KNOW? If you are significantly overweight and want to make a change, you could get 12 weeks membership of WeightWatchers FREE
Click here for more information, or if you are pregnant and are looking to maintain a healthy weight in pregnancy, there is a special programme under the guidance of a Registered Dietitian
Want to lose weight : POWeR - new free on-line tool just launched in Hampshire
A new, easy to use online tool has been launched in Hampshire to help anyone struggling to shift the pounds. Click here for more information.
PRACTICE FACT SHEETS
Verruca and wart fact sheet Now available here
Chest Infections: The Facts Most chest infections are in fact viral bronchitis and do not respond to antibiotics. They last about three weeks and are a seasonal hazard but in most well adults, symptom relief from a pharmacy is all you need. Click here for our TWP Chest Infection fact sheet
- Help us to help you : a brief insight into how the practice works and how patients can work with us to enable the practice to provide the best and most efficient care for everyone
Meningitis B vaccination: fact sheet available see the services tab above and then select Immunisations