Exercise and Wellbeing

a healthy mind and body
Community Webinar | 1 November 2017 | 12pm - 1pm AEDT
 
Exercise and physical activity are essential for our health. While most of us know that physical activity is important for the health of our muscles and bones, exercise provides many benefits for our mental health too.

Exercise can stimulate the release of chemicals in our brains that can have a positive effect on mood, stress and anxiety. It can also help to improve our sleep, which can be affected by a range of mental health conditions, including anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder.

This Veterans and Veterans Families Counselling Service (VVCS) webinar will explore the ways that physical activity and exercise (or lack of it) affect our mental wellbeing and provide tips and ideas for how to start getting some of these benefits into your everyday life.
 
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VVCS Community Webinars
 
VVCS webinars are held on a bimonthly basis, covering a range of topics effecting current and ex-serving ADF, their families and the broader veteran community. Previous webinars include:
Disclaimer

The information contained in this webinar will be general in nature and does not take into account individual circumstances. You should not make important decisions, such as those that affect your financial or lifestyle position on the basis of information contained in this webinar.

All current and former members of the Australian Defence Force, who have at least one day continuous full time service and their families can receive free mental health and wellbeing support by calling VVCS on 1800 011 046 (24/7). 

 
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