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Wye Surgery - Self Help Tips

 

lifelong conditions Coping with long term or life-long conditions

You can search long term conditions and NHS Choices Health A-Z for help and info on your condition.

Being well informed about your condition/situation and using self help tips can help you cope and improve your quality of life.

There may also be helplines or organisations that offer free support and advice to people in your situation (see below).

BUT, if you are struggling to come to terms with a diagnosis, are going through a bad patch, or need help managing your symptom - please speak to your GP.

Info for Carers …
NHS Choices Care and Support
Carers Direct Helpline 0300 123 1053

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helplines Help lines

Many organisations run help lines (usually free and confidential) help lines for all kinds of health conditions.

Here are some website that list UK helplines:

Arthritis

Cruse (Berevement)

Mental health helplines

BBC Health Helplines and Websites

Carers Direct helpline

Rheumatoid athritis

Search NHS Choices for your condition or situation to find other helplines and sources of support; or do an online search.

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support Organisations offering support

Many organisations offer FREE help on a wide range of health and medical issues. Here is a selection.

Department of Health & Social Care

Age UK

Alcoholics Anonymous

Bowel Cancer UK

Breast Cancer Care

British Heart Foundation

Bullying UK

Cancer Support

Children with Cancer

Diabetes

Family Lifestyle Programme

MacMillan Cancer Support

Prostate Cancer Support

Quit Smoking

Stroke Association

Students Against Depression

Search NHS Choices  for your condition or situation to find other sources of support; or do an online search.

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