Men’s Health and Wellbeing

Welcome to the Men’s Health and Wellbeing page. Men sometimes find it harder to access the support they might need, here you will find a range of the latest offers, resources and tools to help you take control of your health.

Physical Health

Your car gets one regularly but what about you? No, not a parking ticket, an MOT.

Giving your body a once-over doesn’t require any spanners and needn’t cost a penny. If you’re worried about the results of any of the following tests, see your GP. Complete the Men’s Health Forum MOT tool today.

The OddBalls Foundation was founded in December 2015 to raise awareness of Testicular Cancer. Have a look at their Check Yourself Guide.

Why not print it out and display somewhere colleagues can see in your practice?

The programme provides online access to a 12-week weight management plan to support you on your journey to a healthier lifestyle. As a digital programme, it can be used anywhere, allowing you to complete the programme in your own time.

Find out more about the programme.

As a member of the NHS you are entitled to free unlimited access to Whelthy.

With Whelthy you will gain unlimited access to an online platform packed with exclusive recipes, nutritional advice, workouts, mindfulness, videos, blogs and even a lifestyle journal, all geared towards educating, motivating and inspiring you to smash your health and fitness goals.

To subscribe today, simply follow the instructions below and use the code HEROES100 when prompted.

  • Visit the ‘Whelthy’ website and click ‘subscribe now.’
  • Click ‘buy now’ then enter your free access code in the discount code box and click ‘apply.’
  • Click ‘checkout’ then fill in your details and click ‘continue.’
  • Click ‘return to homepage’ and then ‘my Whelthy’ in the top right corner of the screen.

This will take you to your personal Whelthy dashboard. You will now have been sent a welcome email with info of what the site includes (check your junk folder if it isn’t in your inbox).

The WCRF have created this booklet specially designed for men. It looks at the cancers that are most common in men, and gives lots of tips and advice on how you – or the men in your life – can be healthier and make cancer less likely.

Download your digital copy or order a free printed copy.

Emotional Health

ShinyMind App

The ShinyMind app is available to all BLMK Primary Care Workforce for free. The app has been designed by the NHS for the NHS to proactively provide daily wellbeing and resilience support with the functionality to create a positive, compassionate community.

Simply download the app from your app store then visit our ShinyMind site and sign up.

Email if you have any queries.

Take a look at our other wellbeing resources

Interesting articles

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