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Around 3 in 10 adults in Somerset have high blood pressure

Persistent high blood pressure can increase your risk of a number of serious and potentially life-threatening health conditions

Mental Health Move More

Mental Health Awareness Week (13-19 May)

Exercise releases “feel good” hormones, that reduce feelings of stress and anger. It also helps us feel better about our bodies. It can improve our sleep too. If it involves other people, like being part of a team, a class or group we see regularly, that can also boost our mental health.

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Live Well Guide in Somerset

Our Live Well Guide includes a wide range of information, from apps to help manage long term conditions, to avoiding trips and falls, the support available in Somerset for those struggling with depression, anxiety or more complex mental health issues as well as much, much more!

How We Care In Somerset

Watch our video showcasing how your local GP surgery, community pharmacy, adult social care and hospitals are able to care for you in Somerset. By working together we can make sure you get the right care, in the right place, at the right time.

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Recommended app: getUbetter

getUBetter provides evidence based digital self-management support for all common musculoskeletal injuries and conditions including back, back and leg, neck, shoulder, knee, hip, ankle pain and soft tissue lower limb injury.

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Integrated Care Systems

Integrated Care Systems (ICS) bring together the NHS, councils, and partners in a local area to deliver more joined up approaches to improving health and care.