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Monday marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Week – the UK’s national week to raise awareness of mental health and mental health problems, inspiring action to promote the message of good mental health for all.
Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, their theme for 2019 is body image, and how we think and feel about our bodies.
During the week, The Mental Health Foundation will be publishing new research, considering some of the reasons why our body image can impact the way we feel, campaigning for change and publishing practical tools.
Check them out here:
To support Mental Health Awareness week we will be running the Fuell Move for your Mind points challenge, helping you to get more motivated and understand some of the many benefits that exercise can have on your mental health.
Each day the Fuell team will set you a daily exercise goal for you to try and achieve and get you moving in ways that you might not have before.
For every person that completes the challenge, we will donate £1 to the Mental Health Foundation to continue their developments into the prevention and support of mental health across the UK.
If you would like to take part in the challenge, visit; https://fuell.io/contactus/ and select ‘Move for you Mind’ from the drop down. You will then be sent a link to download the Fuell app and join the challenge.
Keep a look out for the daily challenge descriptions via your in-app messaging.
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