Health-on-Line Considers The Impact The Festive Season Has On Our Health
With less than a month to go until the festive season is upon us, Health-on-Line considers the health impact excessive indulgence can bring at this time of year.
Sam Bhatt, technical manager of online private medical insurance provider, Health-on-Line, warns against the impact of excessive consumption over the Christmas period. Bhatt said “Nowadays the run up to Christmas tends to start earlier and earlier. This prolonged intake of rich, calorie and fat laden food and drink can result in the onset or irritation of stomach and digestion disorders.”
For those individuals who do find their stomach protesting, a visit to their GP can provide valued guidance to help recovery. For some though, further investigation is required and in these cases private health insurance really can help to ensure a quick diagnosis.
It’s not just our physical wellbeing that is under pressure during this time of year, our mental wellbeing is often pushed to its limits too and never more so than in times of financial hardship. Bhatt comments “The onset of the current recession has affected many households across the UK, causing real concern for the future. With the increased expenditure at Christmas many people will find this period stressful, and as reports of the recession continue, this stress and worry will be carried into the new year.”
Bhatt concludes, “Private medical insurance can provide reassurance that, when needed, individuals have access to support, advice and treatment quickly at the time of need. This really can make a difference to those affected often resulting in a quick return to work and normality. With Health-on-Line’s affordable prices, this reassurance can be offered without overstretching the budget.”
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