One component of health that doesn’t always get the attention it deserves? Sleep.
Stress and sleep problems often go hand-in-hand. It can be hard to know how to improve your sleep when you’re stressed and how to reduce stress when you’re having trouble sleeping.
In Fall 2018, we asked students to leave #HealthyDawg hints on a display board at the Science Library. Here’s what you had to say…
As the end of the semester approaches, it becomes harder to make sure you are still taking care of yourself – getting enough sleep, eating a well-balanced diet, drinking plenty of water and making time to get moving. But it’s just as important as ever to do so!
1. The Intersection The Intersection is a relatively new space on campus located in the massive lobby of Tate Student Center. This room is dedicated to social justice on campus and around the world. Being a force for positive change is exhausting, so it’s a good thing the Intersection also has some comfy places to sleep!…
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!
1. Science Library O-chem got you down? Take a nap at the Science Library in between classes…or as a study break. Because let’s face it: If you’re in o-chem, you’re studying a LOT. – Anna Britt, UHC Healthy Dawg Ambassador
It is said that humans spend about one third of their life in bed and will eat approximately 35 tons of food. Did you also know that eating and sleeping go hand in hand? Eating can affect how much we sleep just like sleeping can affect how much we eat.