Mindfulness is increasingly being used in hospitals, schools and workplaces to help manage stress, pain and depression. Practising mindfulness helps us to notice what is happening here and now, and to make choices about how we 'respond', rather than habitually 'react', to the circumstances of our lives.
Yoga for Neck & Shoulders
Sara Lee Yoga Teacher, Donna Sams shares this 15 minute gentle yoga video to ground through the body and release tension from the neck and shoulders.
When someone is going through a life threatening illness, it can be difficult to find an easily tolerated and healthy diet. A common issue with cancer, in particular, is that treatments often affect taste and appetite. This can possibly result in loss of weight or a deficiency in essential nutrients, leaving patients feeling weaker at a time when they need more strength and energy.
Nature for Health & Wellbeing
Evidence shows that a thriving, wildlife-rich environment benefits both physical and mental health. People with nature on their doorstep are more active, mentally resilient and have better all-round health. Learn more about nature for wellbeing at The Wildlife Trust's website below.
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