June is Mens Health Awareness Month. “The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys.” I think it is fair to say that sometimes men struggle to seek help when they have an initial health worry, in fact, […]
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Unfortunately work-related stress doesn’t just stop when you turn off your computer and head home for the day. In fact in this modern smart phone world, for many, the work day never really ends at all. When persistent stress continues, it can take a toll on your health, well-being, relationships and family life.
Stress Awareness Month has been held every April, since 1992. It is during this month that health care professionals and supporters join forces to highlight the causes and solutions for life stresses. In this two part blog, firstly I want to cover workplace stress – how to identify it, how it affects us and also […]
Of course, you cannot predict when an accident will happen, but you can certainly be prepared for one and ensure you have everything you need to help in an emergency situation such as a First Aid Kit.
Following on from our last blog 10 Small Wellbeing Changes to Make This Year, here are the remaining 5 steps that could just have a huge impact on your quality of life.
Sometimes the smallest steps can have the biggest impact. Often when we try to change our health and wellbeing for the better we decide to take drastic action and make huge lifestyle changes that often are too hard, too big or unrealistic to sustain.
Whilst the world is celebrating love today, we wanted to highlight how important it is to take care of our hearts, and not just in the romantic sense. It is vital that we understand how to keep them healthy so we can reduce the risk of heart disease – did you know that is the […]
How has January gone for you? Did you make resolutions, and more importantly did you stick to them? When it comes to our health, slow and steady is always best, quick fixes and unrealistic changes and goals very rarely work in the longterm.