A6-sized colourful informative booklet aimed at and produced by teenagers explaining why pelvic floor exercises are important to look after your pelvic floor in life. Information is provided on: · What is the pelvic floor · Where is the pelvic floor · How to exercise the pelvic floor muscle · The advantages of exercising the pelvic floor muscle · What can weaken the pelvic floor and how to stop it happening.
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A5-sized guide for the mum-to-be about feeling baby’s movements during pregnancy. The leaflet explains normal foetal movements, movement patterns, and factors that can affect feeling of movements. Reasons are given to explain what can make baby move less e.g. medication, smoking and alcohol, and very rarely some medical conditions affecting muscles or nerves. To be issued by midwives.
These credit card sized patient information cards are to be given to patients by health professionals only to support verbal advice. The cards provide advice on the medicines that should be temporarily stopped during illness that causes dehydration (vomiting/diarrhoea). Health professionals should ensure that patients understand the contents of the card: which medicine to stop, when to stop it and when to start it again. They should NOT be left on open display.
A5-sized postnatal formula feeding booklet providing advice and support for mums who choose to formula feed or exclusively feed with expressed breast milk. This booklet will complement the NHS Health Scotland leaflet: "Formula Feeding - How to feed your baby safely."
*LIMITED TO 10 LEAFLETS PER CLIENT ORDER DUE TO LIMITED SUPPLIES*
A5-sized folded green-topped, leaflet from Living Life that provides information on the offered FREE confidential telephone service based on CBT and/or Guided Self-help for people aged 16 and over who are feeling low, depressed or anxious. Also gives contact details of organisations that assist and support. Living Life is a FREE telephone service that could help. Telephone 0800 328 9655 - (Monday - Friday, 1pm - 9pm).
A3 colour poster simply asks ’did you know?’ the amount of units in a pint of lager or cider or one glass of wine and that by drinking less you can improve your health now and for the future. Also includes advice for pregnant women. Regularly drinking more than the recommended guidelines risks damaging your health.