Eat Right. This can seem difficult but, when broken down, is a bit more attainable.
Exercise. Keeping your body healthy and in shape is important.
Get Enough Sleep.
Wash Your Hands.
Don't Smoke, drink or do drugs
Avoid Caffeine and Sugary Drinks.
Stay Hydrated Staying hydrated will give you more energy throughout the day, reinvigorates your body, stops you from overeating and aids in concentration. It also helps prevent those pesky headaches so fill up your water bottle daily. As you lose water to dehydration, your body temperature rises, so replacing fluids is essential to keeping cool. Avoid beverages that contain alcohol, caffeine, or lots of sugar, which are dehydrating.
Eat Right This can seem difficult but, when broken down, is a bit more attainable. Try to follow some simple principles like: always eat breakfast, never skip meals and snack regularly to avoid hunger. Balance your meals by ensuring you have the proper amounts of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, dairy and proteins while leaving sugary and fatty foods by the wayside.
Exercise Keeping your body healthy and in shape is important. It doesn’t have to be extreme either! Walk to your classes, take a class that involves physical fitness or check out the student facilities your campus offers for students to utilize.
Get Enough Sleep It can be difficult to ensure you’re getting enough sleep when you’ve got a huge load of class work, piled on top of all your other commitments. But getting enough sleep can really improve your overall health and wellness. In addition, try to stick to a sleep schedule so that you can stay well-rested throughout the day. To stay asleep, turn off the lights and all of your electronic devices. Also, try not to eat or drink caffeinated beverages near bedtime.
Wash Your Hands It’s so easy for students to spread germs to one another and not washing your hands makes it even easier to do so! Hand washing is such a simple way to prevent germs from spreading from many illnesses. Wash your hands throughout the day but especially before mealtime, when you’ve been around people that are sick and whenever you touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
Don’t Smoke, drink, or do drugs Even smoking occasionally can put your life at risk. Do we really need to elaborate? If you’d like help quitting, your student health center has many programs that can assist you.
SafeVoice App Parents/students are encouraged to report knowledge of bullying and/or cyberbullying, via SafeVoice that allows individuals to anonymously report unlawful activities.
Stop Bullying In partnership with the Department of Education and the Department of Justice, the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services oversees http://www.stopbullying.gov. It contains the webpages “What is Bullying, Cyberbullying, Who is at Risk, Preventing Bullying, and Responding to Bullying.” In addition, the website contains a section on the state bullying prevention policies, laws, and resources for parents, educators, communities, and students.