Top Tips: For Boosting Your Mental Health in LondonBy Angelica Malin
Looking for ways to boost your mental health? Whether it’s a workout, healthy food or a supplement, here’s 3 top-tips to stay happy and your best self in London:
1. Get some exercise
It’s proven that exercise can help with depression and addiction. The brilliant Frame, a new London gym, will be unveiling two brand new locations, Hammersmith and Fitzrovia in 2018. Each studio will be bigger than any current Frame studios and will see the brand’s offering across London increase by over 50%. The brand is already widely celebrated across London with four existing studios in Shoreditch, King’s Cross, Victoria and Queen’s Park. From February 2018, Frame will offer over 1350 classes per week across 6 stand-alone studios, with an offering which spans over 40 types of class across TRAIN, fitness, dance, yoga, pilates and barre, the most of any studio in London.
2. Have a health drink
Health drinks brand WOW have created a brand new activated charcoal drink which could help with bloating this Christmas. Dark Detox contains ingredient of the moment, activated charcoal, which has millions of surface pores with the ability to absorb toxins, gas and other impurities in your body. The drink is available in three flavours (Lemon, Lemon & Mint and Raspberry) in selected Sainsbury’s stores priced at £1.89.
3. Get yourself a healthy delivery
Lifebox is perfect for on-the-go lifestyles. Take your treats with you travelling, to work, or keep ingredients at home to incorporate into your homemade cooking and baking. Each Lifebox is beautifully packaged and delivered to your home or office – they really are the perfect indulgent treat for yourself, or a unique gift for the health-conscious foodie. Each Lifebox is supercharged and packed to the brim with lovingly selected health foods, meaning you can discover the latest and greatest wholesome healthy goodies from home. Try the Women’s Health Lifebox – A balanced variety of products, specially selected to appeal to the everyday active woman.