Student Health and Wellness Programs

November 2022 Stall Talk

UH Hilo Student Health and Wellness Programs

'Ōlelo No'eau

I ola no ke kino i ka mā'ona o ka 'ōpū. The body enjoys health when the stomach is well filled. (Pukui, #1246)

Food for Thought

As the semester comes to an end it's common for student stress levels to rise, During these times it can be hard to prioritize healthy meals. This can lead to inadequate nutrition which will leave you feeling low on energy. When your body is properly fueled you have more strength to handle stressful times. Here are some ways you can prioritize your health!

  • Try your best to avoid skipping meals, your mind and body need this fuel; invite a friend to have a meal with you!
  • Stock up on some of your favorite foods to have on hand for in between study sessions!

5 Foods to fuel your brain!

  • Green veggies
  • Fatty fish
  • Berries
  • Tea
  • Walnuts

Have you hydrated today?

When assignments begin to pile up it is easy to forget simple things like drinking water regularly. It's important to drink 64oz of water daily. You can do this at one of the many hydration stations around campus!

Crisis Resources & Support

  • UH Hilo Security, (808) 974-7911
  • 24 hr Crisis Line OF Hawaii, 1-800-753-6879
  • Crisis Text Line, Text "ALOHA" TO 741741
  • National Suicide Prevention LIFEline, Call or Text 988
  • YWCA Hawaii Island Sexual Assault Hotline, (808)-935-0677

In an Emergency, Call 911

Confidential Services

  • UH Hilo Counseling Services, (808) 932-7465, SSC E-203
  • Student Medical Services, (808) 932-7369, CC 212
  • Kekai Lindsey , Title IX Confidential Advocate, (808) 932-7958


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