General Physical Health
Health is its own reward. You have probably heard that countless times before and, hopefully, have felt it to be true in your own life. To be in good physical health you will need to take consistently healthy actions with regard to the food you eat, the exercise you do and the habits you form. However healthy you feel you are, there is always room for improvement. If you are feeling like your physical health is in a worse state than you would like, help is at hand to steer you towards increased energy, improved diet and feeling good.
The NHS provides useful guidelines for how much exercise you should be doing. Broadly, aim to be physically active every day - the more the better. Aim for around 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity or 75 minutes of intense physical activity each week. Take a look at the guidelines in detail to understand just what counts as moderate and intense physical activity and learn about the value in varying the type of physical activity you take part in. There are also useful resources about eating well and advice for getting good quality sleep. After all, you are what you eat. You also are how you sleep. Put yourself in a position to feel physically good by learning what adds up to well-rounded physical health.
www.nhs.uk - Helpline: 111
NHS Eat Well
NHS Sleep and Tiredness