We help you to reduce your weekly intake and support you in receiving further help if necessary
Mental health is important. Some mental illnesses, such as depression and anxiety, are common.
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Making sure we get enough physical activity is vital to ensuring a healthy mind and body.
Welcome to NHS Health Trainers – an award-winning service delivering positive health outcomes through individually tailored lifestyle programmes.
Healthtrainers provide personal support and motivation to adults across the East Riding of Yorkshire. The service offers direct support, guidance and motivation to individuals who want to make a change to their lifestyle.
The service can also signpost individuals to other services, groups and organisations in the local area from our shop premises in Bridlington and Goole and from our base in Withernsea. The service also runs clinics across the East Riding and Holderness area, at either hospital or GP sites across the region. Take a look at our locations map to see when and where clinics are in operations; www.nhs-health-trainers.co.uk/locations
We all have issues in our lives which may affect our health in some way. You may want to get fitter, control your weight, have a healthier diet, reduce your alcohol consumption or quit smoking. You may want to reduce your stress levels or just feel better about yourself. If you want to become healthier but don’t know where to start a Healthtrainer will be able to help you work out exactly what you want and how to go about it.
Healthtrainers are friendly, understanding and supportive. They will help and encourage you to achieve and maintain a healthier lifestyle.
Healthtrainers will provide guidance, support and motivation with;
• Healthy Eating
• Losing Weight
• Physical Activity
• Stopping Smoking and Substances
• Reducing Alcohol Consumption
• Sexual Health
• Reducing Stress and Anxiety
• Self Care
Healthtrainers have undergone extensive training and keep up to date with all the latest health information. The healthtrainer service also take part in many events and promotion throughout East Yorkshire in order to provide members of the public with information and support with regards to healthy lifestyles.
Healthtrainers will help you set achievable goals, develop your personal plan, identify and overcome barriers and provide ongoing encouragement and support. Healthtrainers can spend up to an hour with you at each meeting and you can meet with your personal healthtrainer weekly or fortnightly. The team also offers telephone support if you find it difficult to get out, to one of our venues across the region.
Our service is open Monday-Friday 8am-8pm and Saturday’s 9am-3pm.
For further information and how to engage with the healthtrainer service simply give us a call on: 0800 9177752
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Healthtrainers has extensive experience of working with commissioners to deliver real results. We design bespoke yet flexible services to meet your needs and those of your clients.
Because our services are designed on an individual basis, they are tailored to fit the requirements of all local providers and community groups and integrate seamlessly with local care pathways.
Click here to find out more about how we can help deliver positive results in your area.
Find out how health trainers helped Teresa loose over ten stone in seventeen months!
In August 2012 I was preparing to go back to work for the next academic year and ordered my size 26 black tailored work trousers. They arrived and didn’t fit. I had refused to accept that really I was a size 28 – my biggest to date. I knew that it was time to change my bad habits.
I had tried lots of fad diets before, lost weight and then gained it back again often with more on top so knew I didn’t want to go down that route. I had seen an advert for the Health Trainers and their facility to support with weight loss. I thought I would give it a try because this time I really wanted to change.