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    Don’t forget your bones when working out

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    That’s the latest advice from Public Health England (PHE), which says we should pay more attention to our bone and muscle strength if  in order to stay healthy beyond middle age. PHE says that while increasing numbers of people are taking up some form of cardio vascular exercise, there’s still work to be done to help […]

    Bad breath responsible for A LOT of office unhappiness

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    Millions of workers admit they dread talking to a colleague – because of their bad breath, a study has found. Researchers who polled 2,000 adults found 63 per cent have had to turn away from someone mid-conversation because they couldn’t stand the smell of their breath. And almost one in five ‘can’t bear’ to talk […]

    ‘Uncaring’ UK bosses not supporting employee’s healthy lifestyles

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    Bus drivers, taxi drivers and pilots are among the professions most at risk of longer-term health issues, according to new research. A study commissioned by Gympass and exploring the UK’s most unhealthy professions discovered that travel and transport employees spend the least amount of time exercising each week, only managing 120 of the NHS recommended 150 […]

    UK employees can’t identify mental health symptoms, resulting in treatment delays

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    Mental health misconceptions are causing one in four UK workers to delay seeking help, according to a new report by Bupa and Mental Health First Aid. The study examined employees’ understanding of key psychological and behavioural symptoms of six of the most prevalent mental health conditions in the UK, as well as identifying widely-held misconceptions. […]

    Healthcare, birthdays off and gym membership – the work perks Brits want most

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    Private healthcare, an extra day’s holiday on their birthday and free gym membership are among the perks Brits want from employers, according to a study from office supplies specialist Lyreco. Researchers polled 2,000 office workers to identify the benefits they would like to see from their place of work – including flexible working hours, a […]

    How to detach from work to preserve your mental wellbeing

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    Being able to mentally detach yourself from your job can be a difficult task as our roles take up the majority of our lives. Chloe Ward, TMS technician at Smart TMS, a mental health clinic specialising in Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, reveals her tips for employees to consider Mentally distracting oneself from work during out of […]

    9m workers would ‘dread’ discussing their mental wellbeing with their superiors

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    As Mental Health Awareness Week kicks off, almost one third of UK employees have revealed that they would not feel comfortable talking to their manager about mental health problems. Researchers have discovered that in excess of nine million workers would ‘dread’ discussing their mental wellbeing with their superior due to a fear of being judged. […]

    Personal stylist Lauren Manville to offer advice during Mental Health Week event

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    Personal stylist Lauren Manville will be speaking along with other well-being practitioners at an event for NatWest Boost during Mental Health Week (May 14th-24th). The event takes place on May 15th at NatWest, 250 Bishopsgate in London and Manville has provided few tips in advance on how to avoid burn out an lift spirits. As we know, […]

    How to improve your health and wellbeing at your desk

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    Modern technology has increased the amount of time we spend at a desk with 42 per cent of Brits admitting sitting for too long without taking a break. To help combat this Stephen Bowden, chartered ergonomist at Morgan Maxwell and advisor to office product specialists Fellowes, reveals ways you can keep active to improve your […]

    Brits are choosing physical fitness over their mental wellbeing

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    The nation is spending more time and money on physical fitness compared to their mental wellbeing, new research has found. Brits on average are spending £63.85 and eight hours and 38 minutes of their time each month on physical activities such as training at the gym, swimming and cycling. The study by Forest Holidays discovered […]