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What does poor mental health look like for you? For some, it’s feeling exhausted, heightened emotional sensitivity, a lack of focus, feeling disconnected or even a full-on breakdown. For people who struggle with mental illness, it can even be worse than that. Mental health is not the absence…

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As busy college students, we all get so wrapped up in what is coming next and how we can be ready for the next thing. Sometimes though, it’s best to take time to appreciate the moment and what’s currently going on. One of the best and easiest ways to do this is through meditation and positiv…

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Over a month has passed in 2019, and it’s time to reflect on how we are doing with our New Year’s resolutions. The new year is a time of hope and willingness to change old habits that we may have. But we all know that as time progresses and school starts getting hectic, we forget about our r…

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Have you had any delicious “exercise snacks”? This unusual term refers to small bursts of physical activity. It can range from something as simple as standing after sitting awhile to any type of short vigorous activity. It is easier to incorporate exercise snacks into our day. For example, t…

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Homework, class, tests, work — all of these are hard to do every single day. But what is the hardest thing of all? Sleep.

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As tuition rises and other costs of college go up, staff and students are facing a troubling reality: Many college students don’t get enough to eat.

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In today’s fast-paced society, everyone is always looking for quick and cheap food, especially us college students. For some, though, the choice is not that easy.

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Headspace is a semester-long series featuring diverse perspectives from Counseling and Psychological Services ambassadors dissecting the broad subject of mental health. Check back every Thursday for new installments.

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Headspace is a semester-long series featuring diverse perspectives from Counseling and Psychological Services ambassadors dissecting the broad subject of mental health. Check back every Thursday for new installments.

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Headspace is a semester-long series featuring diverse perspectives from Counseling and Psychological Services ambassadors discussing the broad subject of mental health. Check back every Thursday for new installments.

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Headspace, formerly CAPS Cares, features diverse perspectives from Counseling and Psychological Services ambassadors surrounding the subject of mental health. Check back every Friday for new installments.

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Anxiety has become a top concern among college students, affecting about 41.6 percent, according to the American Psychological Association. Along with this percentage, 30 percent of college students reported that stress affected their academics negatively.

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To practice mindfulness is to practice being fully present in the moment. But is mindfulness really worth all the hype?

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As college students, we often criticize ourselves for not meeting certain expectations. Often, we tend to make these judgments about ourselves without even realizing we are doing it.

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Are you anxious, irritable, sad or disinterested? You are not alone! People from all walks of life and of all age groups experience these feelings at some time in their lives.

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As college students, we deal with stress on a weekly basis. Balancing classes, work, a social life and time to ourselves can be challenging, but it is possible.

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In today’s society, there is still a lot of stigma surrounding mental health.

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According to the World Health Organization, mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential and copes with the normal stresses of life.