Taking steps to actively manage our own health is important and taking control of the following areas can help our health and wellbeing.
Wellbeing during Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Helpful guides and advise regarding Coronavirus including those concerned returning to the workplace.
Having good mental health allows us to cope with life's challenges.
Women health topics (including Menopause)
The cafes are primarily aimed at women, however other members of the University community are also welcome to come along to develop their awareness of women's health topics, how they impact women in the workplace and to enable the cafe community to be there for those who may be supporting a partner, family member, friend and/or work colleague with a particular health-related event. The Cafe is a space for people to come together and talk, share stories and support each other.
This guide provides staff and line managers with detailed information about what the menopause is, symptoms which can be be experienced and tips for line managers on what they can practically do to enable those experiencing symptoms to more easily talk about them (where they want to) and manage them in the workplace environment.
This is a useful tool which individuals can use to identify symptoms they may be experiencing and what workplace adjustments may be helpful to them.
Period Pain and Endometriosis
Prostate Cancer & Men health topics
It is recommended that we eat a wide range of foods to make sure we are getting a balanced diet and your body is receiving the nutrients it needs.
Sleep and Insomnia
Not being physically active can increase our risk of developing heart or circulatory diseases and diabetes.
Support and advise on domestic abuse.
Smoking is one of the biggest causes of preventable deaths in the UK as it damages blood vessels and the toxins in cigarettes affect your body.
Drinking too much can put you at risk of developing heart and circulatory diseases and it can increases your risk of developing dementia or Type 2 diabetes.