20th Sep, 2019

Top tips on looking after you and your mental health at your fingertips

Correspondent 19th Aug, 2019 Updated: 20th Aug, 2019

LOCAL health teams are helping people across the area with their physical and mental health over summer, writes Carrie Eddins.

Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust is running a school health drop-in where it will offer help with issues like bullying, anxiety, and sexual health every Wednesday throughout August for 13-19 year olds at Smallwood House, Church Green East, Redditch, B97 4BD from 12midday to 1pm.

There are also helpful hints on staying hydrated over the hot weeks ahead and several local cafes and restaurants have become refill stations where the public can refill water bottles for free.

Visit www.refill.org.uk to find your nearest station.

Meanwhile people living with long term health conditions can take advantage of Healthy Minds, a six session course in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

To discover more visit www.nowweretalking.nhs.uk.

The national NHS Change4Life website showcasing a wealth of information about hobbies and activities for children and young people to help them to remain active.

It also features tips on healthy eating for meal times to make sure everyone gets good nutritious food.

Look at www.nhs.uk/change4life for more information.

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