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Mindful eating stems from the broader philosophy of mindfulness, a widespread, centuries-old practice used in many religions. Mindfulness is an intentional focus on one’s thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations in the present moment. Mindfulness targets becoming more aware of, rather than reacting to, one’s situation and choices.

Eating mindfully means that you are using all your physical and emotional senses to experience and enjoy the food choices you make. 

Mindful eating helps individuals to appreciate food more and make a better connection with it. Some studies also suggested that mindful eating might help support emotional eating and binge eating, promoting a healthier relationship with food, regulate appetite, aid digestion, and make eating an enjoyable and pleasurable experience.

Mindful eating isn’t about restricting yourself, it is about enjoying and appreciating food.

Adopting healthier and better habits related to mental, physical, and social wellebing is shown to have a positive impact to an individual’s’ mood.

Moreover, individuals who choose to track their happiness status are more likely to be motivated to keep up with the habit and to improve their happiness because of it.

Download the OCS August Calendar and colour your days.



A pet can be a great source of comfort and motivation. In many ways, pets can help us to live mentally healthier lives.

Caring for a pet can help our mental health in many ways, including:

Having a pet is a serious commitment.

You'll need to have the time, money, and energy for a pet, as well as a calm home environment with routine and consistency.

Fostering a pet or helping a friend with theirs can help you see whether having your own is right for you.

If you cannot get your own pet but would like to experience all the health benefits a pet can offer you may do so through volunteerism to local shelters. 

Bloating is very common and can be caused after consuming certain foods and drinks, or by swallowing air when we eat. It can also be a result of digestion issues like constipation, food intolerance, coeliac disease, and irritable bowel syndrome.

The good news is that we can avoid or ease bloating and relevant symptoms by changing certain eating and lifestyle habits.

Eating Habits:

  Lifestyle Habits:

Physical health that depends to our diet, exercise, and sleep, are closely related and affected by our mental health wellbeing.

Each May that is observed as the Mental Health Awareness Month, is an opportunity to refocus on self-care, improve our relationships with others, adopt healthier eating and exercise habits, improve our sleep hygiene and seek for professional support if need.

Take the first step and Download our Mental Health Calendar - May 2023 to find 31 ways to a Healthier You.


On March 12th, 2023 at the Columbia Plaza, in the frame of its Corporate Wellbeing Services, OneCare Solutions is organizing an event dedicated to women’s health under the title Menopause at Work.

15:00 - 15:40 - The Menopause Project by Dr. Maro Petrou Ob/Gyn
15:40 - 16:00 - Q&A Session
16:00 - 16:40 - Osteoporosis during menopause Dr. Stella Kaouri (Στέλλα Καουρή) Endocrinologist
16:40 - 17:00 - Q&A Session
17:00 - 17:40 - Sexual and mental health in menopause by Katerina Mavrommati Psychiatrist/ Psychotherapist

15:45 - 16:00 - Menopause and diet by Stella Kakouri, Nutritionist
16:45 - 17:00 - Menopause at Work by Dr. Maro Petrou, Ob/Gyn
17:45 - 18:00 - Exercise through menopause, by Kristen Shiaelis Menopause exercise specialist Kristen's Studio

Entrance is Free and you are all welcome.

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