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Tips to Offer Your Teen on Staying Healthy at College Even if you’ve dreaded it for years, this is likely the big moment your teen has been waiting for—it’s time to go to college. They’ve waved good-bye and ran off with their new roommates. They’re finally on their own, but where does that leave you?
Probably worrying about them out there all. Encourage your teen to practice the following good health behaviors: Get at least 8 hours of sleep every night. Exercise and keep active.
Eat a healthy diet, including whole grains, fruits and vegetables. Regular physical activity can combat stress, improve mood, help to maintain healthy muscle tone, keep your teen at a healthy weight, and may even decrease the risk of developing some diseases. If your teen finds exercising during their freshman year challenging, suggest: Visiting the campus gym. Most colleges have gyms or physical fitness centers that are included in the school’s fees.
Before you start running low on meal points, make healthy eating convenient by stocking your refrigerator with clean foods. You do not have to live off of ramen! Oatmeal packets, yogurt cups, deli. Here are some tips to share with your college student to help them get a good night’s sleep: Create a sleep schedule and stick to it. Avoid caffeine at night and limit it during the day.
Don’t watch TV or work on your computer just before bed. If your teen requires prescription refills, ask the college health center how best to arrange for this. See “ Staying Healthy at College.” If your teen has specific mental health needs, start working on developing a care plan with the college well before move-in day.
For some students in college, it’s difficult to take on a new lifestyle and stay happy and healthy at the same time. Here are 10 ways to help you stay focused – mentally, physically, and emotional, while you’re in college. 1. Drink water! I can’t say it enough, the more water you. College students are usually pretty stressed with classes and exams, but relaxing and having down-time is essential to staying healthy.
Stress can cause numerous problems and getting too run-down can adversely affect your health. The easiest way to relax is to create a. Develop your own exercise routine you can do in your dorm room or other small living space. A routine of push-ups, sit-ups, squats, and lunges can help you to squeak in your exercise during your busy schedule. Sleep Tips for College Students.
When you’re trying to cram before your midterm, sleep often goes by the wayside. As you discuss academic planning with your teen, make sure to include consideration of the different career paths to which a particular college major could lead. For instance, if your student loves English literature, they could parlay their English major into writing novels, teaching and researching as an English professor, or working in the.
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