Staying fit, active, and healthy at home doesn't have to mean going for a 5k run every other day, although we're impressed by those who do. It could mean a whole host of things - getting a decent night's sleep, eating well to give you the right energy, even having a structured working from home routine. All of which helps look after your body. In this section, we've shared knowledge from around Simplyhealth, as well as our partners and ambassadors including nutritionist Monica Durigon.
And we know motivation might not be there either, which is why Heather Fisher has recorded a few videos for you. The England Rugby Sevens star is at home with her parents through all this and has been encouraging them to get up and moving. She's also got a few tips on how a professional athlete deals with the physical challenges of stress.
We've all got to stay as active as possible, for both our body and our mind. We're with you throughout this, and we'll be there on the other side too.
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Liggy Webb shares a list of things to try to keep healthy at home. Things you may not have thought of, from how to embrace the day to getting structure and connection.
Not getting enough sleep? Or struggling to even drop off into the land of nod? England Rugby Sevens star Heather Fisher has you covered with easy-to-use tips and tricks.
We look at how to create comfortable home working conditions, how to check your posture, and why you need to keep active throughout the day.
How can you look after your eyes? It's not a question we generally ask ourselves. But we should, and we have three answers for you.
We all know how important the heart is, but do we know how to take care of it? We've noted down a few tips from our knowledge bank.
7 ways to get yourself up and out during those dark grey winter months. Come along. Up you get. We're doing them too!
Loving your heart is like any special relationship: a little effort goes a long way! Making a few small lifestyle changes can really help care for your life-giving heart.
Understanding how much sleep we personally need and ensuring we maintain quality levels of sleep are key factors to supporting our health and wellbeing. Liggy Webb shares five ways to get the best rest and recharge.
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Stress affecting what you eat? HeadUp take a look at the correlation between food and your overall health. Spoiler alert. There's a big link.
Your guide to getting vitamins and nutrients in your daily food intake. Expertly delivered by nutritionist and wellbeing coach Monica Durigon.
Why eat healthy foods? We go into scientific detail with nutritionist Monica Durigon on why some foods are so good for your immune system.
It isn't just food that can boost your immune system, it's your lifestyle as well. Check out Monica Durigon's tips on how to live life the healthy way,
Eat your way to heart health and fuel your body with feel-good food! Including a British Heart Foundation pancake recipe in time for Pancake Day.
Watch and join in with Candice Brown, 2016 winner of The Great British Bake Off, as she makes a simple, healthy and family-friendly recipe.
Get a break from your screen and a burst of activity at the same time. We've had a chat with a personal trainer on how to get a quick workout in.
Come rain or shine, live workouts from your living room are an activity the whole family can take part in. Join Paralympic gold medallist Jonnie Peacock for a workout over on Simplyhealth UK’s Facebook page.
At Simplyhealth, we know how important it is to be active and take part in regular exercise. So why not join yoga teacher Annie Clarke for an online yoga class over on Simplyhealth UK’s Facebook page.
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