Nurturing our physical body is an important piece of whole body/mind health and while we may oftentimes think of this as addressing more obvious physical concerns, like a broken bone or the cold/flu, there are many factors that contribute to our physical well-being.
Body image is the way a person sees and feels about their body and physical appearance. We do not develop body image solely on our own and sometimes our image our ourselves may be clouded by unrealistic expectations. Learn tools for developing a positive body image and also when it may be time to talk to someone about how you’re feeling.
Our relationship with food is an important part of our overall physical health. Learn about healthy eating habits and food relationships as well as what disordered eating looks like and when it might be helpful to talk to someone.
Learn how you can help keep our community and campus healthy!
We all know that eating a balanced diet improves energy, helps boost mood, and all kinds of other good stuff. But learning how to eat well, that’s not always so easy. Take a spin through some of our information to get tips on balanced diet, recommended daily servings, and even how to determine whether you or someone you know may be struggling with disordered eating.
Learn about the benefits of sleep, about drowsy driving and other resources on and off-campus, including a map of nap zones for you to catch some zZz’s.