Have you ever noticed how the exact same situation can stress one person out, but not affect another person at all? The difference can usually be explained by how each person thinks about it. Changing the way you think can help you manage stress in your life.Continue reading “#BeWellUGA and Learn About…Managing Stress: Attitude”
Feeling stressed, anxious, tired, or unmotivated?
What about overwhelmed, unfocused, or unhappy?
There is help. There are answers. Find resources at UGA!Continue reading “#BeWellUGA and Learn About… Managing Stress: Campus Resources”
Give yourself “money in the bank” when it comes to preventing stress by adopting a wellness lifestyle approach to stress management.Continue reading “#BeWellUGA and Learn About…Managing Stress: A Wellness Lifestyle Approach”
There is no doubt that many college students feel stress. We may know we have stress when we experience it, but what is it exactly?
Stress is defined as a response to a demand that is placed upon you.Continue reading “#BeWellUGA and Learn About…Stress”
I know what you may be thinking…living without stress sounds GREAT!
However, when we think about stress, it isn’t always just bad stuff. Hear me out! Certain levels of stress are designed to help you perform–like the stress you may feel before an interview or a performance. The stress in those moments may give you energy and keep you motivated. Stress that helps you perform is often called “positive stress,” or eustress. Eustress can still feel uncomfortable, but it’s not so overwhelming that you can’t cope.
SHAC: a four letter acronym that represents health advocacy for all students at the University of Georgia. The UGA University Health Center is a student-centered facility that offers exceptional health care services to the students and faculty at UGA. It is incredibly comforting for UGA students to know that there is a health care facility focused on the needs of students nestled in the heart of the UGA community. It is also safe to say that at the University Health Center, we strive to keep our Georgia Bulldogs healthy!