Suicide is the 15th leading cause of death globally, with 1 person dying by suicide every 40 seconds. #WSPD #TakeAMinuteChangeALife
Someone is diagnosed with blood cancer every 14 minutes in the UK, which is why we want to help raise awareness and show our support. #BloodCancerAwarenessMonth
Use these simple food swaps to stay healthy and help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes #DiabetesAwarenessWeek
Keeping yourself fit is key to preventing type 2 diabetes, so here are some tips to keep you active #DiabetesAwarenessWeek
Watch out for these signs of type 2 diabetes and be sure to visit your GP if you experience any of symptoms #DiabetesAwarenessWeek
We offer Diabetes Prevention Programmes to reduce the risk of developing the disease, visit bit.ly/2rZJx4A #DiabetesAwarenessWeek
British Heart Foundation are working hard to beat heart disease in the UK, so show your support by wearing red today #WearIt #BeatIt
We can forget the effects the sun has on our skin, so as the weather is heating up it is important to protect ourselves with suncream to ensure a healthy body. Keep suncream handy to stay safe!
We understand mental wellbeing is vital for a healthy body and mind, which is why we offer services to support local communities using a non-judgemental and compassionate approach. Ensuring that we are flexible with our methods, we tailor each service to suit all requirements. For more information visit bit.ly/2pSz6yb #MHAW
We recognise work safety & health to being vital for a productive workforce. Here's the workplace support we offer bit.ly/2oEDHoU
Just small changes and activities can make a big difference to your health, so make the most of the drier days and the lighter evenings
Let's #SitLess and #MoveMore at work. Try simple activities such as standing during phone calls and using the stairs #OnYourFeetBritain
"I have lost 4.5 kg during this course; and I no longer have pre-diabetes symptoms." Ruth gives us her story during the Healthier You Diabetes Prevention Programme, congratulations Ruth! bit.ly/2oACuPb
Now Spring is here and the sun is making its way out, here are some activities to enjoy, perfect for the Bank Holiday Weekend!
In 1415, the 23 April was declared a national feast day, and today many cities and towns will hold special memorial events #StGeorgesDay
Today marks the 36th year of the 26 mile London Marathon. Good luck to all the participants! #LondonMarathon
Happy Birthday Your Majesty from all at ICS Health & Wellbeing
We hope you have a cracking Easter weekend, from all at ICS Health & Wellbeing
Our health and wellbeing hubs offer mental health support, contact us for more information bit.ly/2oEF1Yf #WorldHealthDay
Grab your trainers and join us or if you live too far, try getting off the bus a couple of stops early or park further away #WalktoWorkDay
Don't forget to change your clocks #SpringForward
To all you lovely mums!
From all at ICS Health & Wellbeing! #StPatricksDay
Here's a good tip to help increase your water intake #NHW2017
Did you know, about 20% of our water consumption comes from food, especially fruit and veg #NHW2017
Join our #NHW2017 challenge this week to help improve your body and wellbeing
Nutrition and hydration is vital to keep our bodies healthy, so we're joining #NHW2017 to help raise awareness
Along with stained teeth and bad breath, these are just a few of the reasons to quit smoking
That could buy a luxury holiday to the Maldives for two!
Remember it's not just smokers that are open to these - those that are exposed to cigarette smoke can inhale many of these chemicals pic.twitter.com/xDbpLtESRI
We offer smoking cessation programmes online or face-to-face to local communities, find out more here bit.ly/2n1wCtP #NoSmokingDay
It's never too late to quit smoking, so why not start today and join the nation on #NoSmokingDay
With #NoSmokingDay coming up, we thought we would share some facts that you may not have known, check back for more throughout the week
Happy St David's Day!
We support local communities by offering many health & wellbeing services tailored to all needs. See how we can help bit.ly/2lP09bR
For the easier option, stay on your knees but remember to keep your back straight #FitnessFeb
This is a great exercise to work on your stomach, hips and thighs. Support your head with your hand and engage your core when performing this movement #FitnessFeb
Make sure you keep your body straight – avoid arching your back and keep your head down #FitnessFeb
Tip: Use a chair for this exercise and keep your hands at shoulder width apart. This is a great workout for you arms #FitnessFeb
Mountain climbers are a great full body workout. Perform the knee to chest motion slowly and steadily, then build up to a faster pace with practice #FitnessFeb
For the easier option, take out the jump. Remember to keep your back straight and your feet at shoulder width apart #FitnessFeb
Happy Valentine's Day from all at ICS Health & Wellbeing
Work on maintaining an apple-size space between your chin and chest throughout the entire movement to avoid hurting your neck #FitnessFeb
Cally a service user in Lincolnshire has successfully lost 21 kilos – that is the equivalent to 50 cans of baked beans. Congratulations Cally! #FeelGoodFriday ow.ly/cqUm308Qw3m
For the easier option stay on your knees, but remember to keep your back straight #FitnessFeb
Exercise can reduce your risk of major illnesses, such as heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and cancer by up to 50%. So it’s time to get moving! Follow our Fitness February for quick and easy-to-follow exercises each week #FitnessFeb
We celebrated National Fitness Day last week and we want you to tell us your favorite ways to keep fit.
The chances are, for many of us, the hours spent sitting in front of the computer or watching TV each week run into double figures. It’s amazing to think that just by taking two or three of those hours and using them to be active, you could lower your chance of developing Type 2 diabetes
For many of us, the hours spent sitting in front of the computer or watching TV each week run into double figures. By taking two or three of those hours and using them to be active, you could lower your chance of developing Type 2 diabetes by 40%, cardiovascular disease by 35% and breast and colon cancers by 20%. Find out how you can get active today
The world is facing an "unrelenting march" of diabetes which now affects nearly one in 11 adults, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.
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