Warrington


Warrington

The Five Ways to Wellbeing provide a great opportunity for everyone in Warrington to make positive changes to their health and the way they feel.

Happy? OK? Sad? is a mental health and wellbeing website for everyone in Warrington. Whether you’re feeling great and want to stay that way, you’re a bit fed up; or you’re struggling to manage your feelings, this site has links to information and tips ranging from how to boost your mood, to where to get help if you’re unable to cope. The site includes an online directory of support services. Follow the link and make time to take part.


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Keep Learning

It’s never too late to learn a new skill or take on a new challenge. Doing it will make you feel proud. Try a new recipe, learn an instrument or take a course.

Take Notice

It’s not often that we stop to notice the world around us, but make time to have a look around once in a while, it will make you feel differently. Try noticing the Spring flowers or the Autumn leaves.

Connect

Spending time with other people is important to everyone’s mental wellbeing. Connecting with others whether it’s family, friends, colleagues or neighbours can give us a boost when we need one. Try meeting up with friends or chat to a neighbour.

Give

However we do it, doing something for someone else gives us a lift. Helping a friend or stranger could make their day. And that simple act of kindness can go a long way to making you feel good too. Try helping someone with their shopping or giving up your seat on the bus.

Be Active

It doesn’t have to be an intense exercise regime but keeping active is key to keeping our bodies healthy and making us feel good. Doing something you enjoy is the most important bit. Try walking, cycling or playing a game.

Make Time has been developed by Champs Public Health Collaborative, a partnership of public health professionals working across local government and the NHS in Cheshire & Merseyside to improve health and wellbeing of local people. For more information visit www.champspublichealth.com