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Reducing your alcohol intake – advice from an addictions doctor

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David McCartney, an addictions doctor, gives his advice to help you cut down how much alcohol you are drinking. You can find the ‘Drinking too much alcohol?’ section of this…

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Drink less – suggestions to help you cut down on alcohol

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If you’re drinking heavily, it’s important to cut back gradually. If you’re a heavy drinker stopping drinking suddenly can lead to withdrawal symptoms and other health complications. If you drink…

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Menopause Yoga

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A menopause yoga session run by Caroline from Edinburgh Community Yoga. The session covers movements, breath work and relaxation to support menopause symptoms, with a particular focus on hot flushes,…

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Low Mood: what it is and what helps

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In this session, Dr Sheila Ross and Dr Alastair Dobbin, from the Foundation for Positive Mental Health, discuss low mood – what it is, what may cause it, and some…

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Gentle Yoga

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Join Caroline, from Edinburgh Community Yoga, for this gentle yoga session, suitable for those with or without previous yoga experience. This is a very relaxed introductory session, and you won’t…

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Money Worries and Financial Wellbeing

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In this session, Kevin Duffy, Scotland Partnership Manager at the Money and Pension Service (MAPS) provides an overview of the resources through the Money Helper website. Money Helper provides access…

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Improving sleep during the Menopause

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In this video, Dr Jennifer Kanady, Senior Clinical Lead for Sleep at Big Health, discusses all things menopause-related, focusing particularly on the impact menopause can have on your sleep. This…

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“The Courage to be Kind”

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In 2021, the Carnegie Trust recorded a special podcast series entitled, “The Courage to be Kind”. Across six short episodes, Carnegie Associate, Dr Elizabeth Kelly and health journalist Pennie Taylor…

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How to start a conversation about men’s mental health

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For men, speaking openly about mental health can be challenging due to stigma and the pressure to be “traditionally masculine”. Discussing emotions doesn’t always come naturally. With that in mind,…

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