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General health

While we don’t always make the link between our minds and bodies, good physical health is vital for learning. Research has shown that people who exercise regularly, eat healthily and get enough sleep are more likely to do well at school, college and work. Exercise can also help reduce anxiety and stress, combat low mood and increase self-esteem, all helping us to focus on and feel confident in our learning. Click on the links below to find ways to stay active, improve your physical fitness and boost your nutrition, so you can learn, study, train and work more effectively.

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