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Health and Wellbeing Awareness Days 2019

Health and Wellbeing Awareness Days 2019

☕️ Brew Monday….21st January
Dry January…..All of January
🗣 Time to Talk…..Day 7th February
🍉 Nutrition and Hydration Week…..11th-17th March
🚭 No Smoking Day…..13th March
😴 World Sleep Day…..15th March


☕️ Brew Monday….21st January
Brew Monday, a campaign organised by mental health charity the Samaritans, encourages people to get together and reach out to people who may be lonely. Their new report shows that young people aged 16 to 24 report feeling lonely more often than older age groups. Feelings of loneliness and isolation can lead to more severe mental health problems, which are a huge factor in lost working days every year in the UK.

Dry January…..All of January

Alcohol is linked with more than 60 health conditions, including liver disease, high blood pressure, depression and seven types of cancer, so Dry January aims to combat these by encouraging people to cut back a little. Even if you’re not a heavy drinker, taking a month out could benefit your wallet and your waistline!

🗣 Time to Talk Day….. 7th February

Time to Talk encourages everyone to have a conversation about mental health. Mental Health problems affect one in four of us. Having conversations about mental health helps break down stereotypes, improve relationships, aid recovery and take the stigma out of something that affects us all. We can all benefit from these discussions, from those working with service users who suffer from mental health disorders to those suffering.

🍉 Nutrition and Hydration Week…..11th-17th March

Nutrition and Hydration Week aims to bring people together to create energy, focus and fun in order to highlight and educate people on the value of food and drink in maintaining health and well being in health and social care. Like each of the awareness days listed here, the aims of Nutrition and Hydration Week align with facilitating better physical and mental health for everyone.

😴 World Sleep Day…..15th March

World Sleep Day is designed to raise awareness of sleep as a human privilege that is often compromised by the habits of modern life. 15.4 million working days were lost to stress, depression and anxiety in 2017/2018, all of which are exacerbated by lack of sleep.

As an employer, supporting your team, customers and organisation to develop and improve wellbeing in the workplace is paramount, which is why these awareness days are all relevant and useful resources.

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