A walking friend

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A walking friend

Good mental health and good overall health go hand-in-hand. There are many things people can do to protect or improve their mental health and reduce the risk of mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety.

A walking friend

Changing or maintaining your lifestyle to include regular physical activity, healthy eating, good sleep and cutting down on alcohol are all good steps. Spending time with friends and family is another. We know that people who have strong social support networks — people they like, enjoy spending time with and feel supported by — tend to manage stress and maintain their mental wellbeing more effectively than people who are more socially disconnected and feel alone.

A walking friend

Group activities, such as walking, potentially offer the best of both worlds: a good dose of regular exercise and time to have fun and build friendships with others. As the saying goes: a problem shared is a problem halved. For people who are living with anxiety or depression, the hurdle of getting started and staying motivated can be hard to overcome.

A walking friend

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A walking friend

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A walking friend

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