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Drop in Flu Clinic 6.30pm to 7.30pm 11th December 2019  - Who needs protection against flu?

Flu is more likely to be serious if you have a long-term health condition, are pregnant, or are 65 or older. Every year in Wales three-quarters of a million people have a flu vaccine. If any of the following apply to you, you are more likely to get complications from flu. So even if you feel healthy, you should have a flu vaccine if:

You are pregnant

You are aged 65 or over

You live in a residential or nursing home

You have a heart problem

You have a chest complaint or breathing difficulties, including asthma that needs regular steroid inhalers or tablets

You have kidney disease

You have lowered immunity due to disease or treatment (such as steroid or cancer treatment)

You have liver disease

You have had a stroke (or mini stroke)

You have diabetes

You have a neurological condition, for example multiple sclerosis (MS), cerebral palsy or post-polio syndrome

You have a problem with your spleen, for example sickle cell disease, or you have had your spleen removed

You have a body mass index (BMI) of 40 or more



Please complete forms under new patient section                                                                                                                                        

Meningitis ACWY Vaccine

we offer this to all new university entrants plus those born between   01/09/2000-31/08/2001.   Please phone to arrange an appointment.                       

Local support networks

The Student fitness and Wellbeing centre can offer appointments to students to help with difficulties.

The University Counselling system offers one to one counselling and you can self refer into this.

If you are in crisis or feeling suicidal please telephone our surgery. 

In normal working hours a receptionist can arrange for a GP to contact you.  Outside of normal working hours your call will automatically transfer to the local GP Out of Hours service.  Alternatively you can be seen in the A & E department of Bronglais hospital.

Telephone call lines

C.A.L.L is a community advice and listening, Mental health helpline for Wales.

It offers support and information for those suffering mental distress, their relatives and friends.

Freephone  0800 132 737   or text HELP and your question to 81066

Student Night line is also available to telephone

Doctors letters

There will be a charge for these.       

Useful Self help resources

for more information see under Wellbeing tabs

Increasing Exercise - has been shown to reduce depression, stress and anxiety.  Aim to exercise for at least 30 minutes per day to the level where you are sweaty, short of breath and with a fast heart rate.  

A Student fitness centre is on campus or Consider joining a sports club within the University. 

There are many Apps available for exercise, eg couch to 5k, this can be found at:

                                                                                                                                                                                   I   we hope you enjoy your time here at University in Aberystwyth

Stress control is a free four session course for people who want to learn better ways to get on top of their problems such as depession, anxiety, panic, poor sleep and low self confidence.   Although it is held as a group you don't have to talk about your proeblms. You just need to turn up, sit back and learn some great ways to control stress.

To register for a course you can text or leave a message on 07825997248

or e-mail or write to Llys Steffan, Temple Terrace, Lampeter SA48 7BJ.  Please provide your name and contact details when registering.






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