Allowing your team to Thrive is at the centre of everything we do
We know that now, more than ever, people need to be empowered to live and be better, every day. At laya healthcare, we’ve built a health and wellbeing programme that helps you to do just that. ‘Thrive’ literally means to grow strongly and vigorously – to prosper. And Thrive Health & Wellbeing is designed to empower your team so that they can thrive at home, at work, physically, and mentally, in mind & body.
Learn more about Thrive Health & Wellbeing with Laya Healthcare
To help get some insight on how we can help your company, the following video shows how Vodafone utilised our Thrive Health & Wellbeing services, and the positive impact it had for their team.
How do you keep momentum up when you’re on a fitness regime?
Karl Henry gives you information to ensure that you keep seeing results from your exercise, by seeing results you will stay motivated and healthier for longer, so apply these tips and keep up the good work.
Children and their Smartphones
The age of smartphone ownership is getting younger and huge pressure is placed on children, and thus their parents, to have a smartphone. The National Sleep Foundation has consistently demonstrated that having technology in your bedroom and/or using technology as a sleep aid, can interfere with the quality of sleep, the duration of sleep and daytime alertness. Dr Maureen Griffin discusses her top tips for ensuring that smartphones are not eating into our children's sleep time.
An understanding of suicide and self harm
Self-harm and suicide are major public health problems. We asked Professor Ella Arensman, Research Professor at the school of Public Health, University College Cork and a Chief Scientist at the National Suicide Research Foundation, to share her knowledge so that our readers can learn more about the causes of suicide and self-harm in Ireland. You can also download a document with further information and help at the end of this article.