World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day, hosted by the World Federation of Mental Health, is a yearly event celebrated on the 10th October.

One in four adults are likely to have a mental health problem in any given year. This can have a huge impact on the lives of tens of millions of people in the UK, and can affect their ability to sustain relationships, work, or just get through the day.

Follow this link for tips on how to look after your mental health  

And follow this link for more information on how you can get involved on World Mental Health Day

It's World Heart Day!

If you live to be 70 your heart will have beaten around two and a half BILLION times. Without a doubt your heart is the most important muscle in your body it starts beating around three weeks after you were conceived and it is the strongest muscle in your body. 

On 29th September we celebrate World Heart Day alongside the World Heart Federation. This World Heart Day, we want to share with everyone the importance in understanding what you can do to fuel your heart. Your heart is at the heart of your health. And it's easy to give it the care it deserves.

If you live to 70 and your heart beats two and half billion times, imagine how much work your heart has to do if you live until you’re 100! To get the best out of your heart we want you to make just a few simple lifestyle changes. Try eating more healthily- eating less fry ups and takeaways and choosing more nutritious meals. Cutting down on your alcohol intake and stopping smoking should improve your heart health as well as your overall well-being.  

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