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Men’s Health Week

Jun 2022

This week is Men’s Health Week and we aim to raise awareness of preventable health problems that disproportionately affect men and encourage them to tackle their issues.

We support The Men’s Health Forum (https://www.mhwshow.co.uk/mens-health-week-2020-mental-health/) #manMOT campaign and have detailed ways in which you get your MOT.

  • Take notice of what’s going on in your body and mind.
  • Do the Forum’s quick and easy DIY Man MOT
  • Get yourself a copy of the CAN DO manual which will also be online soon, a FREE download manual collecting together all the great ideas our Men’s Health Champions have had for things we can all do to boost our mental wellbeing. (If you’d like to train to be a champion in time for Men’s Health Week, you can sign up here for the June Men’s Health Champions course.)
  • Dig a bit deeper with our existing Man MOT manuals: Man MOT and Man MOT for the Mind.
  • Get an NHS Health Check
  • Go and see your GP or use NHS 111 if you’re concerned about any symptoms

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