Men's Health Week 15th-21st June

Between 15th-21st June the world observes Men’s Health Week. This is a unique opportunity to raise awareness around the health issues that affect men and focuses on getting men to become aware of problems that they may have and gain the courage to do something about it. Did you know that one in five men die before the age of 65? Let's try to change that!

Each year, Men’s Health Week becomes bigger and more well-known, so if you’re a man that wants to do more, or a someone that wants to inform a man you love, then get spreading the word. The better known the week becomes, the more men will feel like it’s OK to talk about their health issues and not just push them to the side and ignore their health concerns away! 

Last year the theme was Diabetes, the theme for Men's Health Week 2020 is 'Take Action on Covid-19'. This theme looks at what we can all do to prevent the virus doing more damage and to inform men on how to take action to

  • avoid spreading the virus

  • get the best out of lockdown and the 'new normall

  • beat 'underlying conditions'.

For the most up to date information please click here

How can Live Well Stay Well help you during Men’s Health Month?

Throughout June, Men’s Health Month, we will be focusing on informing you on how to live a healthy lifestyle. Lifestyle choices such as diet and exercise are the key to much change. At Live Well Stay Well we can help you become aware of the specific risks for your age, ethnicity, and lifestyle.

Live Well Stay Well also offers free NHS Health Checks. Although these are not being delivered at the moment, this is something that we offered prior to the Coronavirus Pandemic and will continue to deliver after. This is a great opportunity for individuals to check their health if they have any concerns, or would just like to ensure things are running as they should! For more information about the NHS Health Check, click here.

By knowing and understanding  your preventable risks we can help to identify steps to create healthy habits and help you with designing a personal pathway to a healthier life ranging from help with losing weight, quit smoking, get more active, feel happier, eating healthy or manage pre diabetes/ diabetes and even can support with the emotional challenges of managing your long term condition or anxiety related to the pandemic. 

Five Ways to Mental Wellbeing 

Evidence suggests there are 5 steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing. Trying these things could help you feel more positive and able to get the most out of life. To find out more about Five Ways to Mental Wellbeing, click here.

Actions to take during Men’s Health Week

  • Make a commitment to have an NHS health check (post lockdown).

  • Talk to the men in your life about making an appointment for a health check.

  • Take a walk with your father, brother, husband, son or friend.

  • Cook up a healthy meal for yourself.

  • Sign up to Men’s Health Week for latest information 


Men's Health Week 15th-21st June