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COVID-19 support recovery service
'Your COVID Recovery' helps you to understand what has happened and what you might expect as part of your recovery.
GOV.UK: coronavirus – guidance and support
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Local outbreak advice.
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Staying healthy is important for everyone, even if you are living with a long-term condition. This means eating healthily, exercising regularly, quitting smoking and drinking in moderation.
If you are not sure what changes you can make to help improve your health, NHS Choices offers a LifeCheck. Just answer a few simple questions and LifeCheck can give you advice on what changes may help you. Click here
POWeR is a Positive Online Weight Reduction programme to help YOU lose weight. What makes POWeR different from other weight loss programmes?
You may have tried other weight loss programmes that may have been helpful for only a short time.
The POWeR programme will help you to learn about scientifically proven tools that will help you to lose weight long-term.
The POWeR programme will help you to find out what works for YOU. It will help you become your own personal health coach by offering you different POWeR tools to learn each week. You can find out which tools work best for you and fit with your lifestyle. You may also find the tools useful in other areas of your life!!
A new, easy to use online tool for patients in Hampshire to help with weight reduction.
Power has been developed by experts at Southampton University and Hampshire
County Council is now making this available, free of charge to Hampshire adults with a BMI 25+.
Anyone over the age of 18 can access POWeR for 12 months once they have registered for the programme. This is easy and quick to do by visiting the POWeR website. https://powerhants.lifeguidehealth.org
NHS Weight Loss Guide
12 week weight loss guide combines advice on healthier eating and physical activity.You get a brilliant information pack for each week of the plan, which is full of advice and tips, plus a brilliant stick-it-on-the-fridge planner to help you track your weekly progress. https://www.nhs.uk/LiveWell/weight-loss-guide/Pages/weight-loss-guide.aspx
Weight Watchers - Self Referral Weight Watchers Referral Guide
italk is a FREE service for people suffering from depression and anxiety. They are an Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service which is delivered as a partnership between Solent Mind and Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust.
Self referral means you don't have to see your GP in order to access italk. click here
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Connect to Support Hampshire is an online information and advice guide and directory of services for adults with care and support needs who live in Hampshire.*
This website is intended for all residents who want to find out about local groups, activities and services within the community as well as formal care provision. It is also intended for people who may wish to arrange their own care provision.
By visiting your pharmacy instead of your GP, you could save yourself time and trouble – no need to book an appointment, just walk in. This also means your GP can focus on treating people who are sicker than you.
Pharmacists can help recognise and treat many common illnesses. They can give advice and where appropriate, recommend over-the-counter medicines that could help clear up the problem.
If they think you need to see a GP for your illness, they will advise you to do that.
Visit https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/common-illnesses-your-pharmacist-can-help-with/ for more information on the Minor Ailments scheme.
Menopausematters.co.uk is an award winning, independent website providing up-to-date, accurate information about the menopause, menopausal symptoms and treatment options. Here you will find information on what happens leading up to, during and after the menopause, what the consequences can be, what you can do to help and what treatments are available.
The menopause affects all women, but doesn’t have to be a nightmare. Learn how to tackle menopausal hot flushes, night sweats, mood changes and disturbed sleep. Find out why they happen, and learn about later effects of the menopause as well as the facts about Alternative treatments and Hormone Replacement Therapy. Be informed and prepared for your Menopause.
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Click on the link below for advice on using the right service. Here you will see a helpful flowchart with who to contact with different medical problems. A very useful tool this winter so that we can work together to make sure you are seen by the correct medical professional
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