Keeping your mind fighting fit
The past few months have been challenging for us all. Recent events will have taken a toll on our mental health, with increased anxiety and stress being common issues. Simplyhealth have worked with experts in mental wellbeing to share some great tips to maintain a healthy mind, as we begin to explore the idea of life beyond lockdown. Explore their Coronavirus Hub to learn more.

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Mindfulness activities to keep you smiling
Making small changes to your day can have a big impact on your wellbeing. Setting time aside for mindfulness activities, such as taking up a hobby, can really boost your mood. Former England captain Dylan Hartley shares how he’s been staying happy and healthy during lockdown.
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Boost your mood through exercise
Regular exercise can help you to feel happier and healthier, in both body and mind, and you don’t need to run a marathon to feel the benefits. There are plenty of ways to keep yourself moving, whether it’s a walk, a run, or enjoying a spot of yoga in the garden.
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Staying positive through tough times
2020 has thrown up a few curveballs for all of us. Charlie Unwin, Sports Performance Psychologist, sat down with Dylan Hartley to discuss life in lockdown for the now green-fingered rugby star, sharing how he maintains a positive attitude during such a challenging time.
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