When choosing snacks in between meals, consider your choices, consult this list of healthy snack options, and don’t be afraid to try something new.
This guidebook takes a closer look at how anxiety and insomnia are affecting students, especially those at the college level. OnlinePsychologyDegrees.com researched the relationship between these two mental health issues and provide in-depth details on how college students, in particular, are particularly prone and impacted. The bulk of this guidebook focuses on expert-driven tips for combating anxiety and insomnia, including how to get help and various resources available for students on campus.
- “An International Student’s Guide to UK University (COVID-19)” shares useful advice and information such as:
- The impact of COVID-19 on young people’s mental wellbeing and the education sector’s framework to emerge from lockdown safely.
- Advice for students studying in the UK, Coronavirus FAQs, what to expect, and how the new academic year might look like.
- Links to sources of up-to-date guidance and support for international students.
- Other useful information for students moving to the UK to study.
This article describes what’s inside a college first aid kit, why you need it and how to use it.
- The guide includes four infographics that offer in-depth information in several areas, including:
EduMed.org. partners with experts in higher education and career development to create free resources for students and their families. This guide helps students in the medical field to recognize the signs and sources to know when and where to get help, here’s how to keep stress from getting the best of you in school.
As young adults are the most susceptible age group to household burglaries, this guide walks students through everything they need to know about security:
Finding a safe and secured student property
Helpful tips to prevent theft across campus
Actions to mitigate the impact of crime
The Addiction Resource team has created a free guide on internet addiction. The Addiction Resource’s content is medically reviewed or fact-checked. Some things readers will learn in the guide: Signs Of Internet Addiction Disorder; Effects And Consequences Of Internet Addiction; Internet Addiction And Co-Occurring Disorders; & much more.
This guide includes information on Types of mental health providers; How to avoid drug and alcohol abuse at school; Online and telephone resources for students; Suicide Prevention; Anxiety and depression; and bipolar disorder.
There is also a large up-to-date list where each student can turn as well as a precise explanation of How mental health counseling can help a student.
IvyPanda created this guide that covers the benefits of minimalism for students and the ways of adopting a minimalist lifestyle step by step.
A healthy body will help you keep a healthy mind while studying. This article may be helpful for students because it includes tips and tricks about how to deal with challenges on a way to a healthy life. It also includes a list of nutrition resources.
Did you know that 805 cases of vaping-related respiratory illnesses have been reported in 46 states? Addressing the dangers of vaping and finding a solution for smoking cessation would greatly benefit public health.
This guide provides some great information on this topic.
Riverside Recovery of Tampa aims to bring awareness around the importance of promoting positive mental health and avoiding substance abuse (especially during these stressful times). They recently created a Resource Hub to help people understand mental health, substance abuse, recovery, and additional topics.
The purpose of the resource center is for informational purposes only.
This information was provided by Maryville University, a nationally recognized private institution offering comprehensive and innovative education, and discusses why the issue of smoking among college students is important.
Eating smart without stressing out, food hacks for the dining hall and the dorm room, and expert advice on how to make sensible food choices.
This guide contains useful information such as:
What young people should know about hypertension – what causes it, important statistics in the UK, the COVID-19 risk factor, and how this condition affects the body in the long term.
Managing high blood pressure – How to seek medical help and advice to diagnose this condition, questions to ask your GP, diet and lifestyle changes to make, and risk factors during pregnancy.
Essential advice for those struggling to handle the condition mentally, opening up to family and friends, and understanding the non-health side effects (e.g. driving or insurance policy requirements).
Links to other useful medical resources and organizations to support people of all ages who are living with hypertension.