About AXA PPP healthcare

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AXA PPP healthcare – one of the largest and most experienced health insurance providers in the UK – has been helping people to access healthcare services since 1940. Today it forms the UK healthcare arm of AXA and provides cover for medical and dental care for individuals and employers, and employee wellbeing, counselling, occupational health and rehabilitation services through its Health Services division. AXA PPP healthcare has been named Best Healthcare Provider at the Corporate Adviser Awards 2017, Moneyfacts 2016 Best Healthcare Service and Health Insurance Provider of the Year, the European Large Contact Centre of the Year (at the European Contact Centre & Customer Service Awards, 2015) and Best Customer Experience (in the Large Contact Centre category of the UK Customer Experience Awards 2015).  www.axappphealthcare.co.uk/

Articles by AXA PPP healthcare

  1. Preventing Plane Pain - Looking After your Joints when Travelling

    Listed in retreats and travel

    When you’re off relaxing or enjoying yourself at the beach or in the countryside, surely you’re looking after your health by taking time out? Whilst this is certainly true for easi...

  2. What Makes a Good Work-Life Balance?

    Listed in stress

    Getting the balance right between work and family time can be difficult. And in today’s busy society, it can be difficult to take the time to reassess lifestyles.

  3. A Sound Night’s Sleep: Ultimate Lullabies, Love Drug or ‘Coloured’ Noise?

    Listed in sleep and insomnia

    Tired of tossing and turning each night trying to get to sleep? You’re not alone. And the effects the next day might go beyond simply yawning and feeling sluggish – it is estimated ...

  4. The Benefits of Gardening

    Listed in exercise and fitness

    Staying fit doesn’t have to mean expensive gym memberships or fitness classes. Everyday activities around the home have huge physical benefits and can support mental wellbeing too.<...

  5. Back Pain Wakes the Nation up at 3am

    Listed in back pain

    Many people might assume that osteopathy means ‘bones’. However, the practitioners specialize in the diagnosis, management, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders – l...

  6. Alcohol - How Much is too Much

    Listed in detoxification

    How often do you drink? Do you know your limits? Recent reports suggest that Brits were expected to splash the cash with £2bn spent on booze over the festive season; in line with di...

  7. Alternative Ways to take Pain Away

    Listed in integrated medicine

    If you’re fed up with taking pills or want to try something different, there are plenty of alternatives to consider. Many can be used alongside traditional painkilling options. Mode...

  8. Is Eczema Blighting Your Life?

    Listed in skincare

  9. Are you Suffering from High-Functioning Anxiety

    Listed in anxiety

    Anxiety and stress can affect us all in different ways - in some cases it can even begin to affect our personal life or harm productivity at work. Prevention of anxiety essentially...

  10. Dealing with Anxiety and Panic Attacks

    Listed in anxiety

    According to the Royal College of Psychiatrists, anxiety disorders affect about one in 10 people in the UK. Here, Professor of Psychiatry at Southampton University, David Baldwin, r...

  11. How Exercise Can Help your Digestive System

    Listed in exercise and fitness

    The role of the digestive system is to break down (or digest) our food, eliminate toxins and absorb the energy and other key nutrients our bodies need to function well. But it’s imp...

  12. Approaches to Anxiety and Panic Attacks

    Listed in anxiety

    It’s natural to feel anxious at times, but this does not necessarily indicate an anxiety disorder. Panic attacks are a common symptom of anxiety. However, it is not unusual for some...

  13. Modern Ways To Monitor your Health

    Listed in exercise and fitness

    Until recently, getting health advice of any kind – whether on our blood pressure, cholesterol or general fitness – nearly always meant a trip to the doctor. But modern technology i...

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