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Healthy Living

NHS Health Check

As we get older, we have a higher risk of developing conditions like high blood pressure, heart disease or type 2 diabetes. Your free NHS Health Check can spot early signs and help prevent these happening to you, which means you'll be more likely to enjoy life for longer. If you are aged 40-74 and you have not had an NHS Health Check in the last 5 years, book an appointment to see our Practice Nurse who can do the check for you.

More information is available on NHS Choices website www.nhs.uk/conditions/nhs-health-check

One You East Sussex

One You East Sussex can help you get back to a healthier you and support you to make simple changes towards a longer and happier life. They provide tools, motivational support and encouragement every step of the way to help you improve your health right away. Eat well, move more, be smokefree. 

More information and to self-refer, visit their website oneyoueastsussex.org.uk. Appointments are available at Battle Health Centre.

Check your own Blood Pressure 

It is important to be aware of your blood pressure because the higher your blood pressure is, the higher your risk of potential health problems in the future.
You can now check your own blood pressure at Battle Health Centre using our new blood pressure machine which can be found in reception along with a step by step guide on how to do this. 

Start4Life

For advice on pregnancy, babies and toddlers, visit www.nhs.uk/start4life - a website packed with NHS approved advice and tips for pregnancy, birth, parenthood, breastfeeding support 24/7, weaning and more. It puts everything parents need to know in one place.

Change4Life

Visit www.nhs.uk/change4life for fun ideas to help you and your kids eat well, move more and live longer.

Be smoke free 

Join the national campaign and make 2019 the year you quit smoking for good www.nhs.uk/smokefree 



 
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