Wellbeing Support For NHS Staff 

Do you struggle to squeeze fitness around your busy schedule? From work life and home life, finding the time to do a workout or practising mental wellness can often feel like a chore, but it doesn’t have to feel like that.

Health Service Discounts has partnered with the incredible Starks Fitness to highlight how health, fitness and mental wellness don’t have to be expensive, time-consuming, or tedious.

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Fitness For NHS Staff

Whether you like running, dancing, swimming, or walking, simply moving your body promotes strong muscles and overall health, and with the NHS wellbeing plan, incorporating fitness into your day-to-day is a breeze.

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Nutrition For NHS Staff

A well-balanced, nutritious diet is crucial for health and development, but many don’t know where to start. Through the NHS Wellbeing plan, we will make nutrition easy to understand and incorporate into your busy life.

Mental Wellbeing For NHS Staff

When you don’t take care of your mental well-being, you can start to feel burnt out, tired, and not your best, and we want you to be your best self. With our NHS wellbeing resources, we can help you feel good.

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More About NHS Wellbeing Plan

Through the NHS Wellbeing Plan, we want to highlight how physical activity, nutrition and mental wellness can seamlessly blend into your day-to-day life and not take up too much time. From quick-burst workouts, stretching, gym alternatives, mental health facts and information to meal plans, we are here to support you and show you how taking care of your health is easier than you think.

NHS Wellbeing - FAQs

  • Wellbeing, also referred to as wellness, is another factor of our health that has significant importance. In the simplest terms, wellness is ‘how we are doing’, and how our environment affects us as people.  For many, wellness is personal and subjective, taking into account different factors such as our health, relationships, environment, and psychological state. 

    From your job to your diet, everything can contribute to your wellness, and with the NHS Wellness Plan, we want to support you and your health. With the NHS Wellbeing Plan, you will gain access to exercise videos, nutritional advice, and mental wellness support. Plus, with the support of Starks Fitness, we will show you how looking after your health and fitness is easy, fun, and accessible.

  • There are 5 areas of wellbeing to take into consideration, and by practising each of these steps, you can improve your mental health and wellbeing. 

    1. Connection

    Creating a connection with others and having great relationships is extremely important as they can develop a sense of belonging, offer support, and build your sense of self-worth.

    2. Fitness

    Physical activity has a direct connection to your overall well being, it can help your self-esteem, and it can change your mood.

    3. Learning 

    Challenging yourself and learning new skills is great for your mental health.

    4. Giving  

    Offering your time through acts of kindness is a great way to improve your wellbeing, as it can create a sense of reward and purpose.

    5. Be Present 

    More often than not, we become so consumed by stress and tackling day-to-day life that we forget to be present. Paying attention to yourself and being present in the moment can be eye-opening. Plus, it can have a profound effect on your mental welfare. 

  • Whether you’re a doctor, a nurse, or a part of the admin team, NHS staff wellbeing is extremely important to us, and we want to support you the best we can. We are launching our NHS Wellbeing Plan to help you feel your best.

    From fitness videos, nutrition support, to wellness information, we have created a handful of useful support pages that will help you tackle your health goals. 


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