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ONLINE ORDERING OF REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS IS NOW AVAILABLE TO PATIENTS

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WE WILL GIVE YOU A LOGIN WHICH YOU WILL USE TO REGISTER. YOU CAN THEN BOOK APPOINTMENTS AND ORDER REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS FROM YOUR LAPTOP, TABLET OR SMARTPHONE


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Free Sleep Therapy

Sleepio is a fully automated online sleep improvement programme for poor sleep, which delivers tailored and engaging advice, 24/7 based on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). It is also NICE evaluated and NHS endorsed.

Around 20% of the adult population have persistence poor sleep. Sleepio is clinically proven to help those with insomnia make the changes necessary to achieve healthy sleep levels. In addition to better sleep, Sleepio users report improved productivity, more energy during the day and a reduction in anxiety and depression.

Anyone can access the Sleepio programme.

Click here for the link. https://go.bighealth.com/sleepio_nhs


Park Run

What is Banbury parkrun?

It is a 5km run - it's you against the clock.

When is it?

Every Saturday at 9:00am.

Where is it?

The event takes place in Spiceball park, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 2QU.

How fast do I have to be?

We all run for our own enjoyment. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!

What does it cost to join in?

Nothing - it's free! but please register before your first run.

For more information on this years Banbury parkrun click here Banbury parkrun



 
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