The benefits of becoming a talkhealth member

Whether you saw us on social media, Googled something that brought you to one of our articles or you're here because you've heard about our support programmes, welcome

While we love having visitors, however, there's so much more to get out of talkhealth if you become a member. We're not just a website, we're an online community of like-minded people, dedicated to improving our health and well-being. 

Need more convincing? Here are seven reasons to join us as a member today:

1. It's free

Unlike other health platforms, talkhealth membership is absolutely free. Anything you get from it is an added bonus, right?

2. Exclusive offers and alerts

We're constantly giving away samples, discounts and offers but these are only advertised in our members-only communications. If you want to get your hands on some fancy, free stuff, you've got to sign up!

3. Early notification of online expert clinics

We run regular online expert clinics with the very best medics and healthcare professionals sitting on our panels. The clinics are open for you to submit your questions a few days before the panel answers them and again, notifications of up-coming clinics are mainly found in the clinical announcements that we send to members. 

4. Interesting newsletters

Every month, members receive a newsletter that includes a profile interview, news of upcoming clinics, the latest talkhealth articles and much more.

5. Forum membership

Want to chat with like-minded individuals who are living with the same health concerns as you? Become a member and get involved in one of our forums. We have community pages for each of our 15 health hubs.

6. Joining a review panel

We're always looking for people to join our reviewing panels to test new products. All you have to do is sign up, register your interest in joining a panel and then wait for regular, exciting post to arrive!

7. Free subscription to all support programmes

We currently have 12 live support programmes, ranging from Psoriasis to Multiple Sclerosis. All are written in conjunction with medical professionals and charities and have been PIF-approved. That means that you can rest assured that all information has been rigorously researched and checked.

Ready to take the plunge? Become a member today.