High level wellness is determined by both physical and mental health status. There are several dimensions of mental health, among these: emotional, spiritual, intellectual and social health dimensions. T-FIT is committed to providing opportunities and resources to enhance both the mental and physical aspects of health among faculty and staff at SUU. Join one of our Activity Groups today to help reduce stress and increase opportunities for social interaction. These informal groups are just one way to make connections and enjoy social support - one of the many ways to improve your mental health!
Here are a few resources for more information:
- Meditation Center www.meditationcenter.com Simple instruction and information about a variety of meditation techniques.
- Center for Anxiety and Stress Treatment www.stressrelease.com Provides resources to help you manage and regain control of your life.
- Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Sleep Problems, and Drug Use www.teachhealth.com Tips on recognizing stress in your life, assess you stress, information on the biological basis of stress, and stress management techniques.
- American Yoga Association www.americanyogaassociation.orgInformation on how to start practicing yoga and how to choose a yoga teacher. Online store for books, DVD's videos, etc.
- American Foundation for Suicide Prevention www.afsp.org Information about depression and suicide.
- HealthFinder www.healthfinder.gov US Dept. of Health and Human Services website designed to provide links and resources for all kinds of health issues including mental health, obesity, illness, pregnancy and more.
- WebMD www.healthfinder.gov Provides medical information on a variety of illnesses and conditions as well as current events and updates in the field of medicine - prevention and treatment.
- Human Resources' Wellness Central. http://www.suu.edu/ad/hr/WellnessCentralInformation.html
- EMIA http://www.educatorsmutual.com/wellness/