Physical Health

Having good physical health is not just the absence of disease or injury. It’s also about making positive lifestyle choices that will help maintain a good quality of life and reduce the risk of preventable diseases and conditions.
Your physical health can be affected by factors such as the amount of sleep you have, how active you are and what you eat and drink.

Being physically active has many health benefits, both mental and physical. People who lead an active lifestyle are more likely to live longer and are less likely to develop serious illnesses and health conditions.

Healthy Eating

A healthy, varied diet is essential to ensure that you receive all the energy and nutrients you need to keep you well. Just like mental health, your physical health can have a profound impact on how you feel and behave. Making good food choices can lead to increased energy, improved mood, and a healthier you.

Teenage Helpline – Eating disorders


Getting a good night’s sleep improves both our mental and physical health. If we sleep well our mood is improved, we concentrate better, remember things well and are better able to cope with life! 

Lots of people struggle with sleep problems, but there are things you can do to help improve your sleep and reduce restless nights. – young minds

Vaping / Smoking

Nicotine vaping is recommended by the NHS as a way for adult smokers to stop smoking. But it isn’t recommended for non-smokers or young people under 18 years old. The number of young people choosing to vape has increased significantly over the last few years. Although vapes are less harmful than cigarettes they are not harmless and because they have been around for quite a short amount of time, we don’t yet know the long term effects of vaping.

Whether you're looking to quit smoking or vaping, we're here to help you understand the journey ahead.