Making Every Contact Count for Menopause
Traditionally, menopause is viewed as a specialist medical and clinical condition. As a result, most people on the frontline of running support services or initiatives within the health system, the community, and workplaces, do not routinely ask about menopause.
Build a Better You: Diet for Health & Wellbeing
It is well documented that people with mental health problems are more likely to smoke, drink alcohol and have poor diets.
Diabetes and Me
Diabetes can be a lifelong condition that causes a person’s blood sugar level to become too high. People with type 2 diabetes can reverse the condition by eating healthily, exercising regularly, maintaining a healthy weight and carrying out regular blood tests to ensure their blood glucose levels stay balanced.
Overcoming Sleep Problems
Sleep affects our ability to sustain attention, and maintain performance and relationships. If we compromise on our sleep it can affect our mood and our mental health. Good sleep hygiene has been shown to not only have a positive effect on our mental wellbeing, but also protect our immune system and have benefits for our […]
Understanding Medication used to treat Mental Health Problems
The feedback we receive from our service users and carers who use our clinical services tells us that they would like more information about the medication used to treat mental health and the terminology used as well as the side effects and ways to manage those side effects.