Coventry council highlight 'five ways to well-being' this stress awareness month - The Coventry Observer

Coventry council highlight 'five ways to well-being' this stress awareness month

Coventry Editorial 22nd Apr, 2023   0

WITH April being Stress Awareness Month, Coventry City Council is reminding people of the support available to help them recognise and manage anxiety by improving their general wellbeing.

Prioritising wellbeing by finding ways to feel as healthy and happy as possible is proven to help improve mood and handle life’s up and downs.

The authority highlights ‘five ways to wellbeing’.

Be active – Walking, running, home workouts or meditation can help people feel good.

Connect – Building connections in the local community, taking up a hobby or linking with people who share similar interests can all help improve wellbeing.

Give – Acts of kindness can help enhance mood and help others feel supported and cared for.




Keep learning – Learning new skills can give a sense of achievement and confidence, People can try something new or rediscover an old interest.

Take notice – Being aware of what is taking place in the present through sensations, thoughts and feelings can directly enhance wellbeing.


People can visit wellbeing4life.co.uk/5waystowellbeingthroughlife for more information while those struggling can go to dearlife.org.uk for help and support.

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