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Stay Safe Stay Well

The current COVID-19 pandemic has been overwhelming and many people have had to ignore or postpone their other health needs. Now that it looks like the worst is behind us, we urge you to consider the following health tips and where necessary talk to your regular doctor to help you plan the safest way back to a regular health routine

Healthy Eating

Each of us have different motivations when it comes to eating well. Following a balanced diet and fuelling our bodies with the goodness it needs, makes a big difference to the energy we have for work or play.

Regular Exercise

Exercising regularly is not only good for your physical fitness, but it can also help with your mental health too. Try to include at least some physical activity into your daily routine.

Mental Health

The last few months have been challenging for everyone. Be sure to make regular contact with family and friends via telephone or video chat services while social isolation rules are in place. If you are working from home, try to establish a regular routine for your working hours, so that you find time for exercise and other family commitments. If you still find it difficult to cope, your Eastbrooke GP is a good place to start.

Breaking Old Habits

For many, the change in routine has provided them with an opportunity to change bad lifestyle habits. If quitting smoking is on your radar, reach out to your Eastbrooke GP to get help and set yourself up to succeed.

Flu Vaccination

Protect yourself and your family throughout the flu season. Already this year, we have experienced an overwhelming interest in flu vaccination and we continue to work with government and suppliers to improve stock availability. For updates on flu vaccine availability please visit our website or call the clinic directly to book your flu vaccination.

Regular Doctor, Allied Health & Specialist Appointments

Make sure you are up to date with your regular healthcare appointments, testing, and check-ups. Even healthy individuals should be checking in with their GP regularly. How regularly this is required for you depends on your age, fitness levels, overall health, and medical history. If you are not clear on the regular check-ups recommended by healthcare professionals, ask your Eastbrooke GP.


Call the Eastbrooke Family Clinic Belmont to discuss how we can assist with making your health a priority – 03 4206 7333


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