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NHS inform is Scotland's national health information service which provides accurate and relevant information to help patients make informed decisions about their own health and the health of the people they care for. 


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How To Improve Your Health


The practice puts a lot of emphasis on health promotion and illness prevention and runs regular information campaigns on different issues. Listed below are some important issues




If you would like to stop smoking, but are not sure how, or where, to start, please pick up a self referral form from our Reception area.  This will give you further information.  



Drink sensibly – Recommended units for alcohol consumption  are –

For example, women are advised to consume only 2-3 units/day (8g), rather than 3-4 units/day, which is advised for men.





In general terms, eat less fat and sugar, eat more fibre, fruit, vegetables, lean meat, fish and chicken. If you are overweight try to get your weight down. It is recommended that we eat at least 5 portions of fruit/vegetables per day. Any form of exercise is good for you it can be a short /brisk walk everyday.

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