We’re pushing through the Spring semester, and with that comes exams, papers, and other assignments. For some of us, this can be a stressful time with feelings of anxiety and burnout, so now is a good opportunity to check in with your mental health and evaluate how you’re doing. If you find that you are struggling, there are resources available to Sun Devils to help us out and get us back on the path to success. Below are five questions to ask yourself to assess how your mental health is doing and some tips to help bring balance.
College can be anxiety-inducing even under normal circumstances. As we navigate the continuing impacts of the pandemic and begin the gradual transition back to campus, it remains incredibly important to take care of our mental health and emotional wellbeing. Here are some helpful strategies to manage stress and cope with anxiety.
In the Moment
There is so much behind-the-scenes action at the SDFC that it can be difficult to comprehend it all. Smart financial management not only keeps the SDFC on solid ground, but it also allows the Complex to continue hosting fun, intriguing events. A central figure in this sense is Business Coordinator Gari Hernandez.
Eating right and sticking to a balanced diet is essential to Building Your Best You. But consulting with a registered dietitian can help students start down a path to proper nutrition and help those already on that path stay focused on reaching their goals. Luckily, the SDFC has its own dietitian to help both sets of students.
ASU is a Community of Care.
ASU is a fantastic and caring community, one that never ceases to impress me. Students consistently are working to ensure that not only will they succeed, but their peers will as well.