Issue 3, May 8, 2020
Bi-weekly newsletter presented by Student Health & Wellness Programs
Self-care Tips For Finals Week
Finals week can be a stressful time for students and the Crisis text line has offered up some terrific advice for how to take care of yourself during finals week (and beyond). Check out the 8 tips to help you succeed, during this stressful time.
30-Minute Check-ins With Counseling
Has coping with changes caused by COVID-19 led you to experience stress, anxiousness, confusion, fatigue, or other feelings? The Counseling Services Interns are currently offering 30-minute phone check-ins to support you through this difficult time. To schedule a check-in, give us a call at (808) 932-7465 or email: email@example.com.
Music - A Better Way To Study?
We all know that music can set the mood for many of life's events. Did you know that it has also been proven to help reduce stress and anxiety associated with studying? Music can enhance memory and even help you visualize the material. Check out the benefits of music. One soothing suggestion .
Yoga, for many, can be a full body stress reliever as well as a mind clearing experience. Now more than ever, it's good to take a few minutes and relax the mind and body, so you can better focus on the task at hand. This Yoga w/ Adriene video is a perfect option to relieve stress and anxiety.
ULifeline Can Help!
ULifeline’s Self Evaluator can help you find out if a mental health issue such as depression or an anxiety disorder could be impacting your thoughts, feelings or behaviors. All results are confidential. If you are concerned about the results, please contact Counseling Services at (808) 9327465 or email: UHHCOUNS@HAWAII.EDU
Daily Wellness Tips
Student Health & Wellness Programs is pleased to announce our new and improved Instagram account. Follow us @UHH_SHWP to gain access to a wealth of information to help you be the best you can be. You'll find self-care and relaxation ideas, tips for staying connected and for finding focus in everyday life!
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Information contained within this newsletter is for informational purposes only. Should you become distressed or feel the need for additional support, please reach out to Counseling Services or the Lifeline number provided.