We're here to help and support you with that decision and have developed MyLiveWell as a platform to give you the right tools to succeed.
This support is funded by Public Health Dorset, there is no cost to you for using this service and it is provided free of charge.
If at anytime you feel you need a bit of extra support, our coaches are available to help support you through the process of making a change, so feel free to pick up the phone at anytime and speak to one of our amazing team.
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Let's keep things easy to start with, could you tell us a little bit about yourself so we have a better understanding of who you are.
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Thanks for giving us a little information about who you are.
We have now reached the health and lifestyle section of the registration process. We need to take a baseline assessment from you to help us understand how we can help.
We're going to ask a few questions about your current overall physical activity levels, height and weight, and if you smoke or drink alcohol. Don't worry no one is going to be judging you, so try to be as honest as you can.
One of the best things we can do to stay healthy is to be active.
In the past week how many days have you been physically active for a total of 30 minutes of more?
Let's not worry about what's gone before, let's take this as a fresh start.
Being physically active brings many benefits such as better sleep, more energy and improved health and wellbeing.
With a little help from us let's see if we can get you on the right path!
You're not doing bad and you're definitely on the right road.
The national guidelines recommend we are active for at least 150 minutes per week, which is the equivalent to being active for 30 minutes most days of the week.
With a little help from us let's see if we can change that!
Give yourself a pat on the back you've knocked this one out of the park.
Your challenge now is maintaining this great start!
Maintaining a healthy weight is important for health. In addition to lowering the risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and high blood pressure, it can also lower the risk of many different cancers.
The easiest way to work out how your weight stacks up is by calculating your Body Mass Index (BMI). Just let us know your height and weight and we'll do the rest.
Your BMI has come in at , which is within the healthy range.
Well done for maintaining a healthy weight, being a healthy weight reduces your risk of developing certain health conditions.
Your BMI has come in at , which is classed as overweight.
To help support you in reducing your weight and improving your lifestyle we can provide free coaching support through our wellness coaches and can support you through the process of making a lifestyle change.
To access this benefit just complete the rest of this form and one of our team will contact you to discuss your options and find the best solution for you.
Your BMI has come in at , which is classed as obese.
To help support you in reducing your weight and improving your lifestyle we might be able to offer you 12 weeks free membership to either Weight Watchers or Slimming World.
Quitting smoking is one of the hardest things to do but it is also one of the most important things you can to for your health.
You should feel proud not to be adding to that statistic!
We can help and support you through the whole process as you are 4 times more likely to quit smoking when using a stop smoking service.
With a little help from us let's see if we can crack that habit!
To find out more about how we can help just complete the rest of this form and one of our team will contact you to discuss your options and find the best solution for you.
It is up to you to decide when you're ready and how to quit. Smoking can greatly increase your chances of having a heart attack or stroke. Your risk of lung disease, coronary heart disease, and other problems including cancer are much higher.
We are here to help you whenever you feel ready to start thinking about it.
Many alcohol-related health risks don't appear until later in life.
Cutting down on how much alcohol you drink will reduce your risk of developing serious health issues such as cancer, liver or heart disease and could contribute to lowering your blood pressure.
Congratulations your alcohol levels are within the government guidelines so you're doing really well and should be proud of yourself.
Are you aware the new government guidelines for a healthy lifestyle are 14 units per week? A unit is a small glass of wine or half a pint of normal strength lager.
Alcohol reduction is an important part of a healthy lifestyle and helps reduce future illnesses.
A chat with a coach would probably be beneficial to enable us to support you in reducing your alcohol usage.
To access this just complete the rest of this form and one of our team will contact you to discuss your options and find the best solution for you.
It looks like you could do with some support from our team.
Just complete the rest of this form and one of our team will contact you to discuss your options and find the best solution for you.
It looks like you could do with some support froom a specialist service and we can help you with that.
You're now one step closer to receiving the help you need.
Now we know a little bit about you and your background one of the team will contact you to discuss your information and plan out the next steps for you.
You should receive a call back within the next 2 working days.
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The tailored approach LiveWell Dorset uses to come up with solutions to the things that are stopping us achieving our goals, is based upon work done by University College London developing the COM-B model of behaviour change. In this model, all behaviour is influenced by understanding a person’s capability to change, their opportunity to change and their motivation to change. By understanding which of these is the biggest barrier to change, we can tailor support accordingly. This model of behaviour change is at the centre of the support we offer, online and in person.
To allow us to best serve you and ensure we're giving you the best advice please confirm whether you're new to LiveWell Dorset or whether you have spoken with us before and may have an existing account?
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When you register with LiveWell Dorset, we ask you some questions about you and your health (how much you smoke, how active you are, how much you drink and how much you weigh). We store that information and use it to shape our service offer to you – such as the advice we give or the extra services we connect you to. The only people who will see this information will be those involved in the delivery of the service and management of the data. If you would like to use extra services (such as slimming clubs and pharmacies) we have to share this information with them. For us to be able to put you in touch with these services, we must have your consent to share that information with the service (we’ll ask for that later, when if you sign up for extra services).
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If you require any more information to help you make your choice then please contact the LiveWell Dorset team on 0800 840 1628. All telephone conversations at LiveWell Dorset are recorded for quality and training purposes, and stored whilst you are registered as active within the service.
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