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6 Apr 2022

According to Cycling UK, business booms by 30% when people cycle to the high street. But they need somewhere to park. You can attract cyclists directly to your door by offering secure bike...

31 Mar 2022

Each week Maybe* round up the best social media posts from across the UK. See who's coming...

31 Mar 2022

Cytech is going from strength to strength with an ever-increasing number of expansions both in the UK and abroad. 2020-21 were exceptional years with 3 locations opening, and now with the new...

24 Mar 2022

Retailers have until 1st April to sign up on the Local Bike Shop Day website and receive a physical pack in the post to help them promote their business on the day and drive footfall into their...

24 Mar 2022

As online and digital payments have continued to grow in popularity over the past few years, unfortunately so does the risk of fraud. SCA intends to combat this risk by providing a more secure...

24 Mar 2022

Shop owners can now experience the full capabilities of Hubtiger without having to connect to a POS system.

24 Mar 2022

This briefing outlines the most relevant announcements for the cycling sector gathered by the ACT through our involvement in the

23 Mar 2022

Being a HUDJO host puts your business on the bike parking map. You give cyclists a secure place to park and the app makes the whole transaction easy.

23 Mar 2022

The evening of Tuesday 15th March marked the launch of Fully Charged Guildford, with 100 people coming to the...

17 Mar 2022

Bristol City Council has set aside funding for businesses, charities and social enterprises to encourage use of Bristol's vacant commercial property

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Mental Health at Christmas: Some Tips for Coping

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

Christmas can be an isolating time for everyone, and it's okay to prioritize yourself in a time of giving.

The Christmas and New Year might seriously affect mental health, the pressure and expectations can be grave, which is why coping strategies are as important as ever.

Below, Rehab4Addiction have showcased our latest infographic offering, this time with a seasonal theme, i.e., that of Christmas.

This infographic aims to visually present the scale of negative mental health issues faced by some people in the UK during this time of year, together with common reasons why people may be negatively impacted by Christmas.

Lastly, the infographic offers some useful tips to help alleviate the situation:

 

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