It’s summer and that’s often the best time to get healthy. This will have a positive impact on your physical and mental wellbeing. Eating well and being active help us to feel good and provide the energy we need to meet the demands of the working week.[i]
This allows us to think more clearly and concentrate better. [ii] On the other hand, an unhealthy lifestyle may make us feel sluggish and tired, and can negatively affect our decision-making abilities.[iii] This, in turn, may create anxiety and stress. [iv]
Even taking a few simple steps can make a big difference to our personal and professional lives.
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[ii] ‘Food and mood: how do diet and nutrition affect mental wellbeing?’, British Medical Journal, BMJ 2020;369:m2382 https://www.bmj.com/content/369/bmj.m2382
[iii]‘Malnutrition’, NHS Inform, shorturl.at/vJSVZ
[iv] ‘Diet and depression’, Harvard Medical School, 29.01.2020, https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/diet-and-depression-2018022213309
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