The practice is supporting patients to use the NHS App. This is a free resource available to download to your smartphone, tablet or device. It is quick and simple to set up and easy to use.
Frequently asked questions and support and guidance for use are available at https://www.nottsnhsapp.nhs.uk/faqs/ .
There is also guidance on how to view your vaccinations and immunisations within the app at and https://www.nottsnhsapp.nhs.uk/media/begd1lap/how-to-view-immunisations-and-vaccinations-via-nhs-app.pdf .
Let's Talk Wellbeing
1 in 4 people experience sadness, stress, anxiety, low mood, low self-esteem and worry. Let’s Talk Wellbeing are a free NHS talking therapy service in your area. To refer call 0300 30 02200 or visit our website for more information www.letstalkwellbeing.co.uk
When life is hard or you're feeling overwhelmed, talking things through can really help.
We offer free, confidential NHS talking therapies across East Midlands. Our service is open with COVID-19 safety measures in place.
To arrange an appointment, fill in the form on our website or give us a call on 0300 555 5582 (local rate).
Website - https://www.insighthealthcare.org/
Leaflet - Insight Leaflet
Public Health England has launched a major new adult health campaign to seize the opportunity for a national reset moment.
COVID-19 has affected the whole country; for almost everyone, life has had to fundamentally change. But it has also prompted many people to reflect and think more seriously about their health.
Nearly two thirds (63%) of adults in the UK are overweight or living with obesity. Gaining weight is often a gradual process that takes place over a number of years and modern life doesn’t always make it easy. This extra weight causes pressure to build up around vital organs, making it harder for the body to fight against diseases like cancer, heart disease and now COVID-19. By reducing your weight within a healthy range, you can help cut your risk of being critically ill with COVID-19.
Stopping smoking is one of the best things you'll ever do for your health.
When you stop, you give your lungs the chance to repair and you'll be able to breathe easier. There are lots of other benefits too - and they start almost immediately.
It's never too late to quit. Let's do this!
The F.A.S.T. (Face, Arms, Speech, Time) acronym is effective in driving calls to 999 for stroke, saving lives and reducing disability. It also provides a simple test to help people identify the most common signs of a stroke:
- Face – has their face fallen on one side? Can they smile?
- Arms – can they raise both arms and keep them there?
- Speech – is their speech slurred?
- Time to call 999 if you see any one of these signs of a stroke
When Stroke Strikes Act F.A.S.T. Call 999
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Search ‘Act FAST’ or visit www.nhs.uk/ActFAST for more information.