Many aspects of modern life are toxic for our health. A lot of the things designed to make life easier or more enjoyable for us, like television, cars, computers and convenience food, have turned out to have unintended negative effects for our health. One of those consequences is the dramatic rise in the number of people developing life-limiting preventable diseases such as heart and circulatory diseases also referred to as cardiovascular disease (CVD).
FREE new Momenta CVD Prevention Programme – limited places
Reducing your chances of developing heart and circulatory diseases involves changing your lifestyle. This doesn’t mean you have to follow fad diets or strict exercise regimes. Instead, Momenta have worked with NHS and other partners to develop a programme which provides you with the confidence and skills you need to make small but important day-to-day changes to benefit your health. Changes that you can maintain in the long term that are consistent with your likes and dislikes, culture and beliefs.
Our trained Coaches will give you all the knowledge, skills and tools you need to reduce your risk of having a heart attack or stroke and help make your heart fitter and stronger. You’ll have the chance to think about what this information means for you and how to put it into practice, supported by comprehensive resources.
*The sessions do not include any actual activity
All at no cost to you!
You must be a resident of Birmingham and Solihull and meet the following criteria:
Unfortunately we are NOT the right service for you if you:
If this is not the right programme for you your GP practice may be able to recommend alternative services.
Is the programme right for me now?
It’s important for you to think carefully about whether this is the right type of support and the right time for you to take part. For example: Is your heart health important to you at this point in your life? Does a group format appeal? Can you commit to attending 18 sessions over 9 months?
It’s also important for others as there are only a limited number of free places available.
If it is right for you we’d love to hear from you!
What’s the CVD Prevention Programme about?
Available online courses
CPP Course 1 Test
Start Date: 29 Feb 2024
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