Health MOT 2011
How to be happier and healthier
Over 400 local people found out how to be happier and healthier in 2011 at a free, one-day health event at the Friends’ Meeting House. The free health day brought together health-related services from across the city to provide wide-ranging advice on topics ranging from healthy eating, to safer drinking and better mental health. The Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Geoffrey Wells and Mayoress Mrs Sally Wells, paid a visit to the event, spending time finding out about each service
Free advice and taster sessions
There was free health advice covering areas such as smoking, cancer, safer sex, nutrition and alcohol, and free acupuncture, yoga and meditation classes were fully booked. Jane Scott-Bromley from CRI said: “There is so much that people can do to improve their own health and wellbeing, whether by taking more exercise and improving their diet or taking up a new activity. This free health event provided a wealth of ideas to help people take control and improve their health in 2011. The day has been a great success”.
Sign up for a free service
The Service’s “Spring into Action” challenge was launched on Saturday, giving people the opportunity to sign up for free personalised advice through e-mail on reaching any goals they may have around decreasing their alcohol use. Anyone can sign up at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/springintoaction
For advice and information around your alcohol use, please call 01273 680714 or visit www.thinkdrinkdrugs.co.uk