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BSMHFT NHS Mental Health 16h
Henna and mehndi artists say their art and the henna itself has helped them with their mental health during lockdown:
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BSMHFT NHS Mental Health 23h
Anxiety is something everyone experiences at times, and feeling anxious is a perfectly natural reaction to some situations. Visit for advice on coping with anxiety and improving your mental health
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BSMHFT NHS Mental Health Aug 12
If you’re struggling to stay focused, improve your concentration with this expert-recommended breathing technique:
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BSMHFT NHS Mental Health Aug 12
As more places begin to reopen, handwashing is as important than ever. When you get home from being outside, wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds.
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BSMHFT NHS Mental Health Aug 11
Feeling overwhelmed with the ever-changing coronavirus lockdown guidelines? Here are some tips to help you manage your mental health during the new normal:
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BSMHFT NHS Mental Health Aug 11
We’re proud to be working with to listen to people’s experiences & improve health services in Birmingham. Find out more about the impact we’ve had together in their annual report
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BSMHFT NHS Mental Health Aug 10
How to use a face covering safely: ◼️ Wash your hands before and after using a face covering ◼️ Place the face covering over your mouth and nose ◼️ Remove face coverings from your ears, do not touch the front ◼️ Wash your face covering regularly
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BSMHFT NHS Mental Health Aug 10
These days, handwashing is more important than ever before. So how can we turn this necessary activity into a mindful moment?
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BSMHFT NHS Mental Health Aug 8
Birmingham and Solihull Urgent Mental Health Helpline If urgent mental health help is needed you can ring 0121 262 3555 for advice and support. This line is available 24 hours, 7 days a week and can be used whether you are known to our services or not.
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Department of Health and Social Care Aug 7
Planning to go out for a meal this weekend? Remember to: ↔ Keep your distance from people in other groups ✋ Wash your hands 💳 Pay contactless if you can |
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NHS Midlands Aug 7
You should self-isolate if you develop: 😷a new continuous cough OR 🌡️ high temperature OR 👃🏽 loss/change in your normal sense of smell or taste No one in your household should leave home if any one person has symptoms.
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Healthwatch Birmingham Aug 7
Despite all the pressures around health & social care services are still providing great care to people in . Let us know what you think of services you use:
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BSMHFT NHS Mental Health Aug 7
If you or someone you know are currently struggling with their mental health, there are some things you can do to help. has lots of advice and support to help you start that conversation.
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Department of Health and Social Care Aug 7
Extra weight puts extra pressure on your body, making it harder to fight against diseases like cancer, heart disease and now, Covid-19. Losing weight can help reduce your risk. For help and support, visit: ▶️
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NHS Midlands Aug 7
➡️You can play your part to help avoid a second peak and safely get life back to normal. ➡️If you have symptoms you should self-isolate and get a test. ➡️If you test positive, the Test and Trace service will help trace your contacts and protect those at risk.
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NHS Aug 7
It might be slightly more uncomfortable in the warmer weather, but it's still vital you continue to wear a face covering in shops and on public transport. Info:
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BSMHFT Recruitment Aug 7
We are now hiring for Band 5 Staff Nurse - David Bromley House - Please apply here -
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BSMHFT Recruitment Aug 7
We are now hiring for Band 5 Community Psychiatric Nurse - Handsworth HTT - Please apply here -
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BSMHFT NHS Mental Health Aug 7
If you work in and have questions around Information Governance during , has answers. Go to
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BSMHFT NHS Mental Health Aug 6
We’re proud to be working with to listen to people’s experiences & improve health services in Birmingham. Find out more about the impact we’ve had together in their annual report
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