Improving your wellbeing can be beneficial to your recovery, but what does this actually mean? It can be as simple as getting your nutrition right or learning some techniques to help you relax and sleep better. Whatever it might be, we have years of experience to help you understand what wellbeing means to you.
Health and wellbeing is not about being supremely fit, but is about staying active and adopting healthy lifestyle behaviours. We introduce new concepts and ideas as well as provide the tools which can be incorporated into your daily life, therefore providing a holistic approach to healthy living. At our Recovery Centres, there are many complementary therapies and activities available with the aim of improving physical fitness and mental wellbeing, such as yoga and relaxation, nutrition, weight management, occupational therapy and sleep hygiene.
There’s a wide range of activities and experiences on offer, some of which you may not have had the opportunity to try before or may not have thought possible. All activities at our Recovery Centres are delivered by qualified practitioners.
Your health and wellbeing is not just about the here and now. We often don’t do anything about our health until something happens, but the teams at each of our Recovery Centres know that it is vital to offer support and education for effective preventative health management.
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