Improve your lifestyleWant to boost your health and improve your lifestyle?
Losing weight, doing more exercise and stopping smoking are always top of the list when it comes to creating a 'healthier' you.
So, if you're thinking of changing your lifestyle, here's some tips for a healthier, happier you!
Get activeYou should try to do at least 30 minutes of exercise each day. It doesn't have to cost a fortune either - you can save money, and get fit, by joining our Boost leisure membership scheme which offers money off lots of activities at our leisure centres
You could also discover what our many parks and open spaces have to offer, including walking and cycling routes, orienteering and eco trails and sports pitches and playing fields.
Quit smokingTake advantage of support services, hotlines and classes to stamp out the habit for good.
We also offer a free stop smoking service for Belfast businesses, community groups and students, which includes visits to your workplace, carbon monoxide testing and nicotine replacement therapy.
Eat healthilyCombining a healthy diet with plenty of regular exercise is the best, and most sensible, way to lose weight.
Our healthy eating tips offers lots of ideas and suggestions for improving your diet, while our healthy lunchbox suggestions are perfect if you're keen to cut down and save money.
Cut down on alcoholReducing the amount of alcohol you drink has lots of benefits - as well as improving your health, you'll sleep better and save money.
Enjoy yourselfA healthy mind is just as important as a healthy body, so make time for simple pleasures, such as going to the cinema, seeing friends or just relaxing with a book.
Our events calendar contains details of events taking place throughout Belfast.
Help othersVolunteering, even for a few hours every week, can improve your self-esteem, increase your sense of wellbeing and even help you gain valuable employment skills.
Call Volunteer Now on 028 9020 0850 to find out more about how you can get involved.
Learn something newKeep your brain stimulated and make new friends by taking up a hobby or signing up for an evening class at your local college.
Many of our community centres also run courses in everything from computers and drama to arts and crafts and photography.
Reduce stressIf you find yourself feeling stressed, try to divert your anxiety elsewhere by exercising, talking to others about your problems or just doing something you enjoy.
Samaritans also provide confidential support for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair. For more information, call them on 028 9066 4422.