Sexual health

Sexual health

Getting contraception
Contraception is free for most people in the UK, and there are 15 types to choose from.
Most methods of contraception won’t protect you against catching or passing on a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Condoms are the only method that protects against both STIs and pregnancy.

Where can you get it?

You can get contraception and condoms free from:

  • most GP surgeries (talk to your GP or practice nurse)
  • community contraceptive clinics
  • some genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinics
  • sexual health clinics (these offer contraceptive and STI testing services)
  • some young people's services

You can find your nearest sexual health service, including contraceptive clinics. Many of them offer information, testing and treatment for STIs, including Chlamydia.

Simple ways to become healthier 

  1. Sleep early.
  2. 25 jumping jacks. Just keep moving as much as you can
  3. Check yourself out. It is very important to do regular check us.
  4. Have some carrots. Carrot has high vitamin A content—just one half cup has almost double the amount you need for healthy eyes.
  5. Make use of the cool activity apps. You can track your steps and food consumption just using your Smartphone.
  6. Bin the junk: It is no secret that the unhealthiest foods are fast foods. Unfortunately they are everywhere, and unlike popular beliefs it is possible to eat healthy on a low budget.
  7. Smoking and drinking: for one quitting smoking smoking means you smell fresh, what’s more attractive? You also have a younger looking skin, less stress, better teeth and you protect your loved ones. There are plenty of benefits stopping smoking.

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