SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) or the winter blues, affects around 2 million people in the United Kingdom (UK) each year Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a condition that occurs during the winter period between September and February as sunlight/daylight hours reduce. This can result in feelings of depression as the body’s internal clocks is disrupted. … Read moreSeasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
A recent study by Public Health England suggests that one-tenth of men over the age of 50 have a heart age of over 10 years older, therefore increasing their risk of fatal heart attacks and strokes. A survey found that 50% of the participants did not know their blood pressure levels and with over 5.5 … Read moreDo You Know Your Heart Age?
There are so many good reasons to have an employee wellbeing programme in your organisation. Employee health and wellbeing – over the course of three years, one of our clients found that amongst staff who attended at least two onsite health checks, 80% improved their cholesterol levels. By raising awareness and improving understanding of key … Read moreTop 10 reasons to have a wellbeing programme