Most people like a drink. 50% of adults in the UK have at least one alcoholic drink a week, that’s around 33 million people. It isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but excessive consumption can lead to a variety of health implications, both in the short...

The Importance of Stopping Smoking This week we are joined by Matt, one of our specialist smoking cessation advisors as he discusses the importance of stopping smoking. We are now nearly four weeks into lockdown, facing at least three more, and all of us are being asked...

 Join Arjun, one of our specialist Stop Smoking Advisors and Mindfulness Guru as he shares tips on gratitude and doing our best to keep positive. As a planet, as a society and as individuals we are truly treading in deep and unexplored waters; meeting challenges we...

With everything going on at the moment, it can feel like we’re constantly surrounded by bad news, with very little good news reaching us. This can be really overwhelming and damaging to our mental health.  We have put together a few tips for staying positive when...

We are all being challenged during this difficult time to keep ourselves safe and healthy in isolation. Whilst we are all doing the best we can – is there an opportunity here for us to turn it on its head and find new and healthier...

One You East Sussex Update: With Covid-19 firmly in everyone's thoughts, we have moved to a remote service for client and staff safety. Our priority is to protect the health of our staff and also the many clients that we support each week. Many of our clients...

Regular eating is probably not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of achieving your weight loss goals, right? But actually, it is one of the most important tools that you can use to keep yourself on track. Our Health Coach, Ellie,...

There are so many myths about nutrition that it can be hard to know where you stand. Do you need to be eating expensive miracle berries? Should your diet be low in fat? We asked nutritionist Cassandra Barns to tell us what myths she hears most...

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