April is Stress Awareness Month: Tips to Help You Cope

April is Stress Awareness Month: Tips to Help You Cope

Although stress can feel unpleasant, it can serve a useful purpose. Stress can help you be more proactive when dealing with problems, and motivates you to reach your goals, ultimately making you a smarter, happier and healthier person. However, unfortunately, feeling...
No Smoking Day – 9th March 2022

No Smoking Day – 9th March 2022

It’s never too late to quit smoking – that’s the message in the run up to No Smoking Day 2022 – and the benefits can be felt within 20 minutes. Being smokefree can bring significant health benefits to almost anyone at any age as the body begins...
How to Survive Dry January

How to Survive Dry January

What is “Dry January”? According to alcoholchange.org, Dry January is the annual movement through which millions of people give up alcohol for the month of January. It is run by the charity Alcohol Change UK. The goal is no alcohol for the month of January. No more...
Tips for a Smokefree Christmas

Tips for a Smokefree Christmas

Christmas can be an exciting time of year, but also very stressful. With many cards to write, decorations to put up, food to buy and festive sweater parties to go to, quitting smoking is probably the last thing on your mind. We want you to relax and enjoy the festive...
Alcohol Awareness Week: Alcohol and Relationships

Alcohol Awareness Week: Alcohol and Relationships

This year’s Alcohol Awareness Week takes place from 15-21 November 2021 and the theme is ‘Alcohol and relationships’. The link between alcohol and relationships is close, with many people associating alcohol with socialising.  Alcohol can become a large part of our...