Making Moves for Mental Health: TSS Champions Movement for Mental Wellbeing

As Mental Health Awareness Week approaches, TSS gears up to shine a spotlight on the crucial relationship between movement and mental wellbeing. With this year’s theme, “Movement: Moving more for our mental health,” TSS is on a mission to encourage individuals to incorporate physical activity into their daily routines to foster better mental health.

In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to overlook the importance of movement amidst the chaos of everyday life. Yet, research consistently demonstrates the profound impact that physical activity can have on mental wellbeing. From reducing stress and anxiety to improving mood and self-esteem, the benefits of movement are undeniable.

However, acknowledging that many individuals struggle to prioritise movement, TSS is stepping in to provide guidance and support during Mental Health Awareness Week and beyond. Recognising that there are myriad reasons why people may find it challenging to move enough, TSS is committed to helping individuals find achievable ways to incorporate movement into their lives.

Whether it’s going for a leisurely stroll in the neighbourhood, cranking up the music and dancing around the living room, or engaging in chair exercises while watching television, every bit of movement counts. By encouraging small, manageable steps, TSS aims to empower individuals to take control of their mental wellbeing through physical activity.

At TSS, fostering a supportive environment for mental health is a top priority. With dedicated mental health first aiders, an open-door policy and knowledge transfer sessions on mental health awareness, TSS ensures that employees have access to the resources and support they need to prioritise their mental wellbeing.

Additionally, TSS offers a confidential helpline for anyone who may have concerns about theirs or a colleague’s mental health. Whether it’s seeking advice, accessing resources, or simply having a listening ear, TSS is committed to providing a safe and supportive space for individuals to address their mental health needs.

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