“safeguarding Your Health: Tips For Smooth Health Insurance Approval And Claims” – During Self Care Week 2020 (16 – 22 November), people across Frimley Health and Care are being urged to take more control of their own well-being so they can enjoy good health for many years to come.

By eating healthy, losing weight, becoming more active, quitting smoking and drinking less alcohol, people can improve their quality of life, with lasting consequences.

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There are also many techniques people can use at home to support their mental well-being, from breathing exercises and mindfulness to yoga.

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But the improvements don’t stop there. Making sure you get the vaccinations and medicines you need, that you have a well-stocked medicine cabinet in your home, and that you contact health services as soon as you have any serious concerns are all part of taking care of yourself.

Within Frimley Health and Care we are running a campaign to raise awareness of how people can improve their own health and well-being. Click on the ‘Wheel of Self Care’ on the right to see the aspects we cover.

Dr. Tim Ho is a consultant breast specialist, the medical director of Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust and the leader of the Living Well program for Frimley Health and Care. He said: “Healthcare is not something that is only done when we have a GP appointment or when we are in hospital, it is something we all play a key role in. It starts at home with what we eat and drink, what exercise we do and the way we take care of ourselves.

“We can all have a lot more control over our long-term health, so I would urge people in East Berkshire, Surrey Heath and North East Hampshire and Farnham to think about the small day-to-day changes that will really make a difference to our long-term health. all the more important in this lockdown period.”

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Frimley Health and Care works to ensure residents not only live longer, but enjoy good physical and mental health for many years to come. It focuses on health behaviors it believes can make the biggest difference, such as smoking and physical inactivity, to the social factors that underlie our ability to live well, such as education and work, health inequality, housing and air pollution .

Tessa Lindfield is Strategic Director of Public Health in Bracknell and works with Tim Ho on the Frimley Health and Care Living Well program. She said: “Across our system, we are working on large-scale, strategic plans to build a solid foundation to support living well as our default position.

“While it will take some time for these projects to take effect, there are many things we can all do now to change our lives and the lives of our families for the better.

“We know it’s not always easy due to the pressures and distractions of modern life, but plenty of support and advice is available and we work hard to make it easier for people to make healthy choices.”

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Visit our Helping You to Stay Well pages to learn more about ways to improve your health and well-being. The way we work has changed dramatically during the Covid-19 pandemic and the effects have continued with more people permanently working from home than ever before.

Read more about how to ensure your well-being while working and spending long periods at home.

Mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which each individual realizes his or her own potential, can handle the normal stresses of life, work productively and fruitfully, and contribute to her or his community. Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. World Health Organization (WHO) What are the signs and symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression?

It is normal to feel stressed in uncertain times. When we are mentally healthy, we are able to deal with these tensions in the right way. When we are mentally unwell, we may struggle and rely on unhealthy coping mechanisms. The impact of working from home

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Working from home causes something called ‘E-Presenteism’. This is the idea that people feel they need to show that they are constantly working and answering emails. Research by Linkedin shows that people work an average of 28 extra hours per month.

Mental health research found that people were worried about working from home and risking burnout if we kept up with business as usual expectations.

86 percent of those surveyed felt the need to prove to bosses that they work hard and deserve to keep their jobs. 3 tips to prevent burnout when working from home Maintain physical and social boundaries

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