How are you? Take the One You test to find out.

One You - lady stares contemplatively into the future

We are supporting the Public Health England One You campaign to help adults across the country avoid future illness caused by our lifestyles.

One You - lady stares contemplatively into the future

The campaign is called will help people like you move more, eat well, drink less alcohol and be smoke free. It also provides information on how you can reduce your stress levels and sleep better.

Did you know?

Eating too much unhealthy food, drinking more alcohol than is recommended, continuing to smoke and not being active enough causes around 40% of all deaths in England, and costs the NHS more than £11 billion each year.

Cllr Viv Kendrick, Cabinet Member for Public Health, said:

“Many of the health related problems that people experience in later life are not due to ageing but the loss of fitness and preventable ill health.

“We are putting our support behind One You to help everyone in Kirklees to start thinking about their health and to make small changes that will lead to a better quality of life now and in later years. We want everyone to enjoy rather than endure older age – especially as the people live longer now than ever before.

“One You is not just about information, it’s about making healthy lifestyle changes easier, more desirable and more achievable for everyone – because there is only one you. Why not have a go at the quiz and see how you do.”

More about One You

Take the ‘How Are You?’online quiz to discover the changes you can make and the tools to help you make them.

 

2 comments

  • (A)The test is sensible and thought-provoking. (B)The comments between sections of the test are annoyingly close to condescending. (C)If you’re going to address me in the vocative (pop into Matron’s snuggery and look it up) you need to punctuate properly – “You’re doing pretty well for an old git, Reg.” Notice the comma? You omitted it throughout. If you can’t be bothered to write an English sentence properly, why should anyone believe that you can give medical advice properly?

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