Accident Advice Helpline can help if you need advice on compensation in Woking
Have you been feeling a bit bored recently? Not sure what to do with yourself? Need advice on compensation in Woking?
When you come home after work, do you go to watch TV and find there is nothing on, or see what films you can download and find nothing you fancy?
Perhaps you pick up a book and put it down again, or go to do something like take a nice relaxing bath but don’t really enjoy it.
Maybe it is time that you took up a new hobby. Have you thought about learning a musical instrument?
Be a jazz musician!
You might be inspired by seeing a jazz musician play. Or you may be more into rock music and really fancy yourself as a good drummer. Learning music can be really fun and invigorating, and you might get some new friends too!
Many local colleges run evening courses for anybody who would like to find out about an instrument they’ve always been interested in. They may run evening classes, short courses in school holidays, or weekend courses.
Sometimes you can even go on a music retreat to really get the basics down before you start practising at home.
The other alternative is to get a private tutor.
Be considerate of your neighbours
Which ever instrument you start, whether that’s the drums, violin, saxophone or piano, you don’t need to worry too much about making a racket and disturbing your neighbours, as most of these instruments now come with the option of plugging headphones in so that you can practice almost silently.
You can also get equipment like drum pads, which are just rubber pads that you put on the table so that you can practice your rhythm very quietly and inexpensively.
Of course there are some health and safety implications when learning a new instrument. If it is a very noisy instrument, then always use a protection like earplugs or headphones.
Be careful to warm up your hands and arms and even legs before you start to use them as stiff muscles can be painful. Also make sure that you always use a correct technique so that you don’t develop any repetitive strain injuries or other injuries to your muscles.
You also need to be aware of what people around you are doing and don’t hit them with drumsticks for example.
And always check inside the mouthpiece of wind instruments in case there is something you might inhale by accident. There have been stories of chewing gum wrappers working their way inside and getting lodged in people’s throats. It sounds silly but it can happen.
But sometimes despite our your best precautions, an accident might happen which is not your fault. In that case you might want to make an accident claim in Woking. We are ready for your call about an accident claim.
Ring us from a land line on 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile, it is 0333 500 0993. Get in touch today if you need advice on compensation in Woking.
Date Published: 29th September 2014
Author: David Brown