Check your blood pressure at home.
For some people visiting the doctor or the hospital increases our blood pressure. This can be due to anxiety and can result in false readings when the clinician measures your blood pressure. The study also suggests that the opposite may hold true for some people, with their blood pressure decreasing when in a surgery or hospital. Although researchers are more sceptical of this and think it might be linked to changes in activity. Either way the issue is that you could be putting yourselves at risk by having untreated high blood pressure (or hypertension in the medical world).
04 May 18
Sport Changes Life Announces Appointment of new Chairman
Sport Changes Life (SCL), a sports foundation with offices in Northern Ireland and America, are delighted to welcome former SCL director and Board member Dr Suresh Tharma FRCOG (founder of the 3fivetwo Group), as their new Chairman.
30 Apr 18
One of those unmentionable subjects? But mentioning it might just save your life.
Bowel cancer is the 4th most common cancer in the UK and the 3rd most common cancer in Northern Ireland. It affects the large bowel, which is made up of the colon and rectum.
13 Apr 18
March 11th - 17th 2018
It is World Glaucoma Week and we are helping create awareness by advising people of the importance of regular eye examinations.
12 Mar 18
It might not just be that saggy mattress keeping you awake at night
It is National Bed Month! Meaning, the press and TV will be full of advertisements telling you to think about when you last replaced your mattress to help you get a great night’s sleep.
05 Mar 18
We are supporting Eating Disorders Awareness week which runs from 26th February to 4th March.
On average 149 weeks pass before someone with an eating disorder seeks help. This year the focus of the campaign is #whywait.
26 Feb 18
8 new medical staff to deliver 5-star service which anticipates doubling turnover inside 18 months
The contract to run the Bupa Clinic for Northern Ireland has been acquired by Kingsbridge Private Hospital, Belfast, which is part of the 3fivetwo Group.
22 Feb 18
Treating Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that comes and goes in a seasonal pattern. SAD is sometimes known as "winter depression" because the symptoms are more apparent and tend to be more severe during the winter. The symptoms often begin in the autumn as the days start getting shorter. They're typically most severe during December, January and February.
26 Jan 18
Why wait weeks to see a doctor?
Are you fed up waiting weeks for an appointment with your GP? Did you know that you can be seen today at Kingsbridge Private Hospital?
17 Jan 18
5 ways to help you acheive your goals
We have put together 5 ways that the 3fivetwo Group can help you achieve your goals this January.
04 Jan 18