We all know that getting active is good for our bodies, our minds and has many benefits. It can improve your mood, give you more energy, and significantly reduces your chances of serious health conditions such as dementia and certain forms of cancer.
Despite this, only about two thirds of men and around half of women meet the minimum recommended national levels for physical activity and this can have a hugely negative impact on your health, and on our society.
When you visit an osteopath they will often provide advice on keeping active so you can stay healthier for longer and fend-off those aches and pains!
Not sure where to begin? Our osteopath provides advice on how much physical activity you should be aiming for, how to get started or become more active and about the positive influence that physical activity can have on your health.