Published Thursday, 28th December 2017
With 2017 drawing to a close it is that time of year when, after the excesses of Christmas celebrations, attention shifts to the New Year resolutions.
What's on your New Year checklist? Whether it is no alcohol in ‘Dry January’; being more active; look after yourself better, especially your mental health by reducing the stress in your life; or stop smoking the council's YorWellbeing service can offer advice and support to help you. Our YorWellbeing team also offer free health checks plus information, advice and support to help you have a happier and healthier 2018.
There are many things that affect how healthy and well a person is. The Yorwellbeing service will:
- provide advice and support on lifestyle factors such as healthy eating, exercise, alcohol and smoking
- encourage positive lifestyle and behaviour changes
- work to reduce health inequalities across the city.
Councillor Carol Runciman, executive member for health and adult social care said: “The start of the New Year is a time for reflection. Our YorWellbeing service does a great job offering information, advice and support to help and can help you live a happier healthier lifestyle. Get in touch by phone or email or visit the website and our team will be happy to help.”