For good health we all need to consider SLEEP, EXERCISE, DIET, RELAXATION - referred to by many as 'The 4 Pillars'.
Though we rarely recommend any single commercial product, Dr Rangan Chaterjee, a GP, has written an excellent book (and audiobook and blogs), - 'The 4 Pillar Plan', simplifying the ideas on nutrition and exercise and pulling is all together to make a healthier life accessible to all and attainable in one manual for living.
The NHS has a variety of great fitness videos which are really fun!:
Aerobics - aerobics for beginners, Belly dance, Wake up! and Couch to 5k
Strength and Resistance - warm up, abs, legs, waist, arms, bum, cool-down, Wake-up!
Pilates and Yoga - a wide range of uses (beginner, backache, postnatal, fibromyalgia etc) and yoga for sleep (beditation)
Others - strength and flex, 12 week fitness plan, 10-min workout, gym-free workouts
Brent Council has some links to healthy living too
It is a good idea to have regular sight checks (optometry) at an optician - recommended every 2 years. A check can spot many general health problems and early signs of eye conditions before you're aware of any symptoms, many of which can be treated if found early enough. Eye conditions such as glaucoma, macular degeneration or diabetic retinopathy may not show until damage has been done.
Check if you are eligible for a free NHS eye test.
Brushing your teeth twice a day (last thing at night before you go to bed and on 1 other occasion) with fluoride toothpaste and having regular check-ups with a dentist can help to keep your teeth healthy. Flossing or using an interdental brush each day is important to reduce gum disease:
Tips on cleaning your teeth
Diet, smoking and drinking alcohol also have an effect on dental health.
Reduce sugars in drinks and food - one the main causes of tooth decay.
Check if your eligible for free NHS dental treatment.
If you are not eligible for free NHS dental care, the first part of any treatment, for instance a check-up, costs £22.70. The dentist will then work out a Treatment Plan and you will be informed of the likely costs. Dental charges dental treatment plans
More about NHS Dental Services including Emergency Care
Gum disease, its importance in retaining your teeth and how to avoid it