Face to Screen: The Online Health Platforms That Are Changing Healthcare

Home technology can be annoying, but it can also be utterly brilliant and brilliantly useful. A way in which the everyday technology that we use every day has become so useful is the way it has induced a rise in the availability of online doctors’ and GP services. If you’ve ever found yourself feeling far too ill or weak to even take yourself down to your local GP surgery in order to get a diagnosis on what is wrong with you, then optimising the use of online doctors is a viable and great alternative.

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The online doctor format is one where medical advice and even diagnosis from qualified health provider professionals is easily accessible no matter where you are, simply achieved by logging on to whatever device it is that you use, clicking on the site, and setting up your devices camera. Platforms like this online doctor app gives whoever is using it, or wishes to use it, the chance to get genuine advice and assistance on your smartphone from leading UK doctors, therapists and medical specialists. It is a huge step forward in the way that the Internet is used in regards to medical situations, when you compare it to symptom checkers at least. On these types of sites, nearly everything you search for, even the slightest of symptoms, is hyperbolised and made to sound much more serious than it is. What is even worse than this is merely searching for symptoms on search engines such as Google and proceeding to self-diagnose. This, induces nonsensical stress and unwarranted worrying and can be very dangerous to your mental wellbeing— the online doctors platform, however, is just as reliable as going to your GP.

This platform brings with it a whole host of other positives too. A big one, obviously, is the way in which it means that time that would normally be spent going out and to the surgery can now be spared and spent on something else — like recuperating, if you are in fact ill. As well as this, this platform is online, which means as long as you are connected to the internet, there are no location boundaries. You can access information about your health and recommendations on how to improve it wherever you are in the world, which is especially handy for those of you who are prone to a bit of travelling. Also, these platforms are remaining up-to-date and not becoming outdated with the services and help they offer. For instance, fertility tests and advice is available online at IVF Matters, the UK’s first online fertility clinic, which meets for the demand of this type of treatment. For those of you who out there who are maybe too anxious to get the ball rolling on your desire for IVF treatment, you can ease that by starting it in the comfortable surroundings of your own home.

So, you can now look to the screen on your device to screen out your health issues. The Internet never ceases to amaze, doesn’t it?

Kim

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Wife to Tom, First time Mummy to Little Boy Freddie and Auntie to 4 Boys & 1 Girl.

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