Community support to take regular action to support your wellbeing.
Regular action will change your behaviour and help you to create healthy habits.
There's extra power being part of our community that are all taking regular action.
Our Lifestyle Medicine challenge experiences are fun, social, educational and habit forming.
Feel Good Hub supports members who are ready to take action.
Are you ready?
Support to develop and sustain healthy and meaningful relationships and increase social connection.
Follow healthier eating patterns of your own choosing.
Choose ways to incorporate more physical activity in your life.
Support you to achieve good quality sleep.
Share proven techniques to reduce stress and help you relax.
Support to stop smoking, reduce alcohol, avoid addictive substances and behaviours
Our challenges and experiences and content are built on the pillars of Lifestyle Medicine.
This is an evidence-based approach which has been shown to prevent, treat and in some cases, even reverse chronic disease.
The six pillars, as defined by the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine are:
Lifestyle Medicine supports people to reduce consumption of ultra-processed foods by teaching the knowledge and skills required to follow healthier eating patterns of people’s own choosing
Lifestyle Medicine teaches proven techniques to reduce stress and help people with relaxation. Practitioners support people to find purpose in life and improve health through connection with nature.
Lifestyle Medicine supports people to choose ways they could incorporate more physical activity in their lives, as well as reducing time spent sitting down.
Lifestyle Medicine supports people to achieve good quality sleep and avoid behaviours which can impair sleep quality.
Lifestyle Medicine supports people to develop and sustain healthy and meaningful relationships and increase social connection to reduce stress and promote both physical and mental health.
Lifestyle Medicine supports people to stop smoking, reduce excessive alcohol consumption, avoid addictive substances and behaviours such as gambling or harmfully excessive internet or social media use.
Sheryl joined the Feel Good Hub and changed from doing little activity to early morning walks and then completing her first 10k run!
And now running is one of the ways Sheryl looks after her physical and her mental wellbeing.