“Clearly Wellness” scheme used to promote a healthy lifestyle

“Clearly Wellness” is a scheme to promote living a healthy lifestyle through regular exercise, healthy diet and mental well being.

Each week we would complete a questionnaire, in confidence asking the following questions:

  • Age
  • Weight
  • Fat percentage
  • Blood pressure
  • Resting heart rate
  • Average Bed time and Wake time
  • From 1-10 how would you assess your stress levels at work (1 being relaxed and 10 being very stressed) as well as at home (1 being relaxed and 10 being very stressed)
  • Positive Mental Attitude – From 1-10 (1 being very positive and 10 being very negative)

Followed by weekly newsletters centred around living a Healthy life in both body and mind, which included information on the following:

Try to do at least 3 * 25min exercises/ run/ cycle/ weights (to a high enough level to make you sweat – but don’t overdo it, listen to your body). If at all possible do this outside in the fresh air, but if you can’t do that inside, is fine.


  • Drink at least 2 litres of water a day
  • Drink less Alcohol
  • Drink less sugary and caffeine drinks.


  • Eat 5 pieces of fruit and veggies a day
  • Eat lean meat and fish
  • Eat raw nuts not crisps
  • Eat less sugar.
  • Eat less processed food, such as sausages and bacon


  • It is encouraged to take time to talk to others to help those coping with mental health issues.
  • To create a positive attitude, listen to fearless motivational music.
  • Use Headspace app to have an easy access to hundreds of themed sessions on everything from stress to sleep.

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