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Health & Wellness

Please remember: 

  • Proper sleep can help your mood and can help reduce anxiety. 

  • Continue to take your medications as prescribed. Consult your prescriber with questions or if you need refills.

  • Healthy eating and living also includes exercise (unless/or as advised by your doctor). Check with your doctor if you have any health care limitations or restrictions.

  • If you have thoughts of suicide or are concerned about your safety, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1.800.273.8255

Mental Health

Resources and Articles for improving mental health

Mental Health Resources
Physical Health

Resources and Articles for improving physical health

Physical Health Resources

Physical Distancing 

Physical distancing is an effective behavioral practice that can lower the risk of transmitting infection from person to person. According to the CDC, it involves "remaining out of congregate settings, avoiding mass gatherings and maintaining distance." Everyone can practice physical distancing by doing things like working from home, avoiding large parties, maintaining personal space (ideally, 6 feet), and choosing to go to public places at times that are less crowded. Physical distancing can be complemented with other important infection prevention tools, like washing your hands and avoiding touching your face.