This November, residents in the Shoalhaven and Southern NSW will receive the early gift of good health in a FREE 4-week health and wellbeing challenge organised by Pa2health.
According to Judy Davie, CEO of Pa2health, getting physically and mentally healthy is particularly hard during these long-running drought conditions which cause so much stress to farmers, their families and the extended community and with Christmas only three months away stress levels are set to get worse.
“Thanks to a drought funded community grant from COORDINARE - South Eastern NSW PHN, 550 residents from the Shoalhaven, Eurobodalla, Far South Coast, Cooma - Snowy Monaro, Queanbeyan, and Yass can participate in a free digital health service which combines stress and sleep strategies, healthy eating, psychology, and exercise to suit all fitness levels,” said Ms Davie.
“The challenge was recently offered to people in the Murrumbidgee area with some great results – it particularly helped people deal with stress and anxiety,” she added.
“Our service was developed for regional Australians to empower them to improve their physical and mental health. We know how hard it can be to prioritise health, particularly living through these drought conditions, but overcoming challenges is easier with the physical and mental resilience that comes from good health behaviours, and that’s why we developed this program.”
The Pa2health challenge launches on November 11 and is available to the first 550 people to sign up.
To register visit www.pa2health.com