LinkAge and Macmillan Cancer Support are working in partnership to support people aged 55+ living with and beyond cancer, to access a range of inspiring creative, social and physical activities.
Evidence has shown that being active during or after treatment can improve your overall health and wellbeing by:
- Aiding recovery
- Reducing the risk of recurrence
- Reducing tiredness and fatigue
- Managing stress, anxiety, low mood and depression
- Improving bone and heart health
- Building muscle strength and maintaining a healthy weight
- Improving sleep and appetite
- Prevention or control of constipation
“Exercise is the best medicine, and laughter, it’s good for you, it’s good for the heart.”
Macmillan Prevention and Re-enablement Project Manager Sally Crocker and Advisory Group member Maurice, joined BBC Radio Bristol’s Clueless show to talk about our upcoming North Bristol Macmillan Wellbeing Day.
Would you like to make a difference for people living with and beyond cancer? Do you have experience of providing project support?
Earlier this week, Macmillan Prevention and Re-enablement Project Manager Sally Crocker was busy making appearances on local radio stations Babbers and Silver Sound. Sally joined …