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Top tips for self-care over winter www.nhs.uk/selfcare  Selfcare week
* Eat well (a healthy & balanced diet)
* Drink plenty of water (2-3 litres per day)
* Exercise daily * Stay warm (wear appropriate clothes)
* Don't drink too much alcohol (recommended limit 14 units per week)

Self-Care Mobile Apps!

Expert Self Care | Providing tools for better health

Student Self Care Apps!

The student health app gives fast access to reliable health information on over 125 physical and mental health topics including;

  • emergencies
  • general ill health
  • mental health
  • common ailments and physical symptoms
  • love, sex and relationships
  • alcohol and drugs
  • healthy living
  • travel and fun
  • long-term conditions
  • safety

There is no need for internet access, information is reliable and developed with student health experts and students. It is available to download for FREE from the Apple App Store and Google Play for Android.

www.expertselfcare.com/health-apps/esc-student


The ‘distrACT’ app

This FREE app gives people who self-harm and/or feel suicidal, discreet access to information and advice, so they can manage difficult feelings, cope with a crisis and find help and support.

It has been developed by ESC with input from doctors, self-harm support organisation and users, and certified by the NHS England Information Standard.

Self-help resources include;

  • distracting yourself
  • dealing with feelings
  • safer alternatives to self-harm

www.expertselfcare.com/health-apps/distract



 
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