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Coping with Coronavirus

We have disabled access via a ramp and a bell to summon assistance

Online appointments available go to www.patient.co.uk/access

Friends and family test is here, visit: www.iwantgreatcare.org

Free NHS Healthchecks are available for all eligible patients (aged between 40-74 inclusive and not suffering from any long term medical conditions) Please phone and make an appointment with the practice nurse.

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COPING WITH CORONA VIRUS

Self care during social distancing

Self-compassion in self-isolation

FACE COVID - How to respond effectively to the Corona crisis - by Russ Harris, author of The Happiness Trap

Guide to living with worry and anxiety amidst global uncertainty

 

http://www.copingwithcoronavirus.co.uk  - lots of self help resources.

Mindfulness/Relaxation

Tips for managing news consumption

  • Avoid excessively checking social media and the news
  • Allow yourself to check one reliable source once a day if you wish to stay up to date, but try not to exceed this
  • If you wish to stay up to date, identify reliable sources of information (such as the WHO and medical sources) rather than relying purely on social media or news media
    Engage yourself in other activities such as work, connecting with friends/family or hobbies
  • Try moving key social media and news apps (that are particularly prone to sensationalism) away from the home-screen of your phone or disabling them for a while
  • Turn off notifications from key apps


 
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