Invest in self-care and self-kindness during Mental Health Awareness Week says REVOOLA

Wellbeing and fitness app REVOOLA is calling on people to be kind to themselves during Mental Health Awareness Week.

Mark Williams, co-founder of REVOOLA said:

“As a nation we have been busy looking after others during lockdown – children, vulnerable family members, neighbours, the sick and the lonely. Yet we need to make sure we take care of ourselves too. 1 in 4 people are affected by mental illness, and this figure is on the rise during lockdown. While it’s important that we look out for each other, this shouldn’t be at the expense of taking care of ourselves and our own mental health. We need to show self-care and self-kindness.

“The sense of isolation many are feeling can be a problem, we are missing so many of the ways we usually connect with people. Fitness and wellbeing apps can help us stay connected and mentally and physically well during lockdown.”

REVOOLA wants to help everyone in the UK stay mentally and physically well, and to mark Mental Health Awareness Week, the company is offering a free 30-day trial to its wellbeing and fitness app available for download via the App Store or Google Play Store to help everyone keep fit mentally and physically every day.

Mark Williams explains:

“We are proud to support Mental Health Awareness Week. Mental and physical health are so closely connected; we hope everyone will be able to try out one of our free mind or body fitness classes and experience a boost to their wellbeing.”

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