Help your cholesterol and risk of heart disease, risk of diabetes, your stress, your eight, our energy levels, your memory and concentration, and your sense of wellbeing trying out and sticking to some of the tips below. Try to do something in each group.
Relax: reduce stress, increase relaxation. Our bodies react to any stress the same as they would to a tiger.
Eat: There is no ‘one size’ diet – but these tips help your memory, gut, weight, immunity, stress, concentration, risk of disease – whether you are a vegan or carnivore.
Move: increase physical activity. Just 10 minutes walking a day makes a positive difference to physical and mental wellbeing.
Sleep: we need 6-8 hours sleep a night for good health. Sleep lets your body recover, mop up waste products from the day and refresh.
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We will contact you by text, telephone or letter if any action is required. Please wait for 2 weeks from the test date.
If you have not heard anything after 2 weeks please call reception to ensure your test results have been received. You may be told that the result can be discussed at your next routine appointment and this means no action is needed before then.
We do now have appointments book up to 3 days, 1 week and 4 weeks in advance, as well as some telephone slots.
When asking for an appointment the receptionist will need to ask for an idea what you need (or are concerned about) in order to ensure we give you the best available option to meet your need.
Please help us to help you.
We are trying to improve the appointment system to make it easier for you to book appointments and get continuity with your doctor/nurse/health car assistant.
How to Make an Appointment
We have appointments to book up to 3 days, 1 weeks, and 4 weeks in advance.
We also have some telephone appointments.
When you ask for an appointment the receptionist will need to ask for a brief idea what you need (or are concerned about) in order to ensure we give you the best available options to meet your needs.
Appointments may be booked in several ways:
Online: Patient can book appointments up to 4 weeks in advance.
By Phone: Patients can book an appointment by calling reception on 0208 846 6655
In Person: Patients can visit the surgery and book appointments with the receptionist.