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Seven in 10 adults are motivated to get healthier in 2021 due to COVID-19

Better Health campaign This January, lots of us are thinking about what we can do for a boost. So, if there’s something you’d like to change in your life right now, like losing a bit of weight, getting active, sleeping better/improving your … Read Article about Seven in 10 adults are motivated to get healthier in 2021 due to COVID-19

Supporting recovery after COVID-19

NHS England have a website with lots of information for recovering from COVID-19, including: Managing the effects: Effects on the bodyEffects on the mindCOVID's links with other conditions Wellbeing: Eating wellSleeping wellGetting … Read Article about Supporting recovery after COVID-19

Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 26

Day 26: simple steps to look after your mental and physical health over winter Support your emotional wellbeing during the current restrictions, with this five ways to wellbeing planner from Public Health Suffolk You can download the … Read Article about Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 26

Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 22

Day 22: Introducing the Calm app Open the Calm app and you’ll immediately be greeted with the gentle sound of the outdoors. It varies from person to person, but we loved this touch and found it helps on the path to relaxation. As well as guided … Read Article about Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership self-care calendar: day 22

4 in 5 Autistic People Struggle to Sleep: Understanding the Effect on Slumber

Originally posted by Joy Richards - June 29, 2020 on https://www.happybeds.co.uk/ We all suffer from sleep disturbances and trouble snoozing from time to time but imagine you suffered from a lifelong developmental condition which not only … Read Article about 4 in 5 Autistic People Struggle to Sleep: Understanding the Effect on Slumber

The NHS has recently launched the 'Help Us, Help You' campaign. The campaign encourages people to contact their GP if they are worried about a symptom that could be cancer. Find out more: NHS.uk/cancersymptoms ...

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