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Katoka Massage Therapy fully supports any move by the NHS and HM Government to halt the spread of Coronavirus.
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Sugar Awareness Week
Action on Sugar are pleased to announce that this year’s Sugar Awareness Week will take place from the 8th-14th November 2021.
Sugar Awareness Week will be an opportunity to celebrate the success of food industry, government and NGOs’ progress so far, and discuss the future for sugar and calorie reduction and it’s place in the government’s Childhood Obesity Plan.
Birth Time - The Documentary
Three women embark on a mission to find out why an
increasing number of women are emerging from their births physically and emotionally traumatised.
Their discoveries expose the truth and lead them to join
the birth revolution and forge a movement that hopes to
change the face of maternity care in Australia and across
the developed world.
You're invited! More details here: See invitation
World Heart Day 2021
World Heart Day is celebrated on 29th September of every year. It is aimed at drawing people’s attention to heart illness and the range of associated health issues.
Migraine Awareness Week 2021
5 - 11 September
Migraine is the third most common disease in the world, with an estimated global prevalence of one in seven people. Despite being recognised as one of the most disabling lifetime conditions, awareness and understanding is low.
Good to read: Headaches? Migraines? Say No More
World Wellbeing Week
Now in its third year, World Wellbeing Week returns in June 2021 to provide the opportunity for participants worldwide to promote an overall awareness for the wide-ranging aspects of wellbeing, including social, physical, emotional, financial, career, community and environmental wellbeing. Wellbeing is something we all need to consciously work on daily by creating new healthy habits that make us feel good and spark joy. Something so important in these challenging times of ours.
UK Mental Health Awareness Week
This year's UK Mental Health Awareness Week theme is "Nature and the environment".
During long months of the pandemic, millions of us turned to nature. Research on the mental health impacts of the pandemic showed going for walks outside was one of our top coping strategies and 45% of us reported being in green spaces had been vital for our mental health. Websites which showed footage from webcams of wildlife saw hits increase by over 2000%. Wider studies also found that during lockdowns, people not only spent more time in nature but were noticing it more.
Find out more on how to get involved in this year's campaign here.
Maternal Mental Health Month
May is the month for Maternal Mental Health Month. This coincides with Maternal Mental Health Week and Day.
Studies have shown, that in most countries, as many as 1 in 5 new mothers experience some type of perinatal mood and anxiety disorder (PMD). These disorders often go unnoticed and untreated which then could lead to tragic and long-term negative effects on mothers, children, and fathers alike.