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Wellness is more than following the health and safety guidelines recommended by the CDC and other health agencies.
The Big Three: Nutrition, Sleep, and Physical Activity are more important than ever!
Wellness Tips While Social Distancing
If you, or someone you care about, are feeling overwhelmed with emotions like sadness, depression, or anxiety, or feel like you want to harm yourself or others, here are some resources:
As we adjust to the new normal, you may be looking for at-home workouts. Here are some great FREE options!
And remember, being active is more important than ever.
Exercise to stimulate your immune system, enhance your mood, give you a sense of accomplishment, decrease your stress levels, and keep you strong and fit.
This can be a difficult time for all of us. But we can get through this together. Health advocates recommend the following for optimal mental and physical health.
The many dimensions of wellness include physical, intellectual, social. emotional, environmental, financial, and occupational. Our philosophy toward wellness is that taking care of your body is a means of taking care of other areas of your life so that you can be successful.