Protect your well-being.
The holiday season can be a busy and stressful time, taking a toll on our physical and mental health. To encourage overall well-being, everyone is encouraged to prioritize prevention and take advantage of support services in their communities and online.
For members of the WVU community, there are a variety of resources available on campus and online, including The Carruth Center, Campus Recreation, Collegiate Recovery, WELLWVU, Student Health, the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program and the WVU Medicine Wellness Center.
- self-care, it leads to holistic well-being and reduced stress levels. Practice self-care When we practice
- Movement and exercise produces stress-relieving hormones, boosts your mood and improves health. Stay active
- nutrition and healthy eating strengthens your immune system and boosts your energy and focus. Eat well Proper
- Talking to a friendly face can calm your nervous system. Prioritize social interactions Spending time with family and friends is good for the head and the heart.