We’ve discussed exercising for heart health, but there’s more to it than that! The American Heart Association also recommends making changes to your diet to support a healthier heart. Below are just a few tips to get you started. If you ever have more questions, UHC has nutritionists on staff who are always here to help!
There are many ways to help keep your heart healthy. This February, during American Heart Month, we’ll be sharing just a few of them. To start: Exercise. While it may not be everyone’s favorite way to stay healthy, it is one that’s accessible for many on campus at the University of Georgia – there’s the Ramsey Center, intramural trails, and (of course) lots of hills. Below is a bit more information on how to incorporate exercise into your schedule.
Whether you’re packing your own lunch or heading to the dining hall, the chart below can help you balance your afternoon meal!
In this busy world of constant distraction, social media, apps for everything and too much to do, couldn’t we all use a little more zen in our life? Neuroscience research is steadily backing up the advantages of calming our nervous system through yoga, breath work and other mindfulness practices. Consequently, you may have noticed a recent buzz about yoga, mindfulness & meditation. So how does it work?
A look into the transition to graduate school.
Gaining admission to graduate school is an achievement reflecting your potential to learn and contribute in your chosen field. Aptitude, interest, and passion for the work are good predictors of your future success, but the ability to psychologically transition into this new role will be equally important!
…and the strategies that help.
I believe in the healing power of communication (and I’m not alone!). Let’s leverage that power to alleviate what ails us by starting the conversation about mental wellness. Your symptoms matter and help exists to heal all shades of mental illness, which may or may not include an official diagnosis. The strategies that I discuss here have the potential to help you, regardless of your situation or background. That’s the unifying power of our message for Mental Wellness Week: everyone deals with issues of mental wellness.
So, I need your help to make a stand: No Dawg Suffers Alone. Here’s a brief glimpse into one student’s story.
A note from the staff of UHC Dental Clinic…
Even though we’re approaching Halloween, you won’t scare us. And we won’t scare you!
We have seen many patients who have never been to the dentist before, and many more who have a true fear of “the dentist” (dun…dun…dun…). But we want you to know that there is nothing to fear and that you should never feel embarrassed to come see us! We will do everything in our power to allay your fears, make you feel at ease, and resolve your dental issues.