As soon as you stop smoking your health starts improving. There are many organisations working across the county who can support you to embrace healthier lifestyle choices.
GO Active is here to help everyone in Oxfordshire get moving. We want to make sure that everyone in Oxfordshire can enjoy the benefits of moving more, now more than ever. Please take a look, spread the word and enjoy getting active!
The free check with your GP practice helps to identify potential risks early. A NHS Health Check aims to help you lower your risk of developing these common but often preventable diseases such as heart attack, stroke, diabetes, kidney disease and some forms of dementia. Contact your GP practice to find out more.
Our mental wellbeing can change all the time. Having a sense of belonging, control, a purpose in life and positive relationships with other people are
important parts of wellbeing. Check out these local opportunities, sort by location, to find out what’s near to you.
Achieve Healthy Weight Loss Oxfordshire is delivered by healthy lifestyle provider Thrive Tribe, and funded by Oxfordshire County Council. We have partnered with leading weight loss providers to offer you a range of FREE programmes to help you achieve your goals.
Oxfordshire Roads to Recovery is the countywide integrated alcohol and drugs service. At Turning Point we know that drugs and alcohol can affect many areas of your life and successful treatment starts with being there.
Work out how risky your drinking is, access personalised advice online and find out where you can get support in Oxfordshire. It takes just two minutes.
Whether you want to lose weight, quit smoking or increase your activity levels, Better Health is here to help you make small, practical changes that fit in with your life.
Type 2 diabetes is a very serious health condition but there are lots of things you can do to reduce your risk or even stop you getting it.
If you are at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, you may be eligible for referral to your local Healthier You service. This NHS-funded programme can support you to make simple changes to your everyday routine and can significantly reduce your risk of diabetes-related health problems