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Welcome to the Health Defence Blog - a blog about health, wellness and a healthier you. Brought to you by the Health Defence team at Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, you'll find up-to-date information on a range of topics from what's in your food to the latest advice on e-cigarettes!
Megan - Health Promotion Specialist
January 4, 2018
It’s that time of year again. Christmas has been and gone… and it's time to start thinking about the year ahead and what you want to achieve. Don’t be one of the 80% of people whose New Year’s resolutions fail by February.
It doesn’t need to be all or nothing, it doesn’t even need to be a drastic change. The key to a successful New Year’s resolution is finding something that is realistic and achievable. Small enough to conquer, but big enough to give you a wee push.
Tips for setting your New Year's resolution ...
Talk to your GP or practice nurse about setting achievable healthy lifestyle goals for you and have a happy New Year!
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***Disclaimer: always seek medical advice before starting a new diet, exercise regime or medication. The information in these articles is not a substitute for professional advice from a GP, registered dietitian or other health practitioner.