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Wellness Guide: Home

For the promotion of health, well-being, and personal care for those in the Syracuse University community.

Be well in mind, body, and spirit

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Campus Resources

Students - with some resources available for faculty & staff

Faculty & Staff

Healthy You Magazine, a Falk College publication


"How you feel can affect your ability to carry out everyday activities, your relationships, and your overall mental health. How you react to your experiences and feelings can change over time. Emotional wellness is the ability to successfully handle life’s stresses and adapt to change and difficult times." 

Explore the 6 strategies outlined in the Emotional Wellness Toolkit for improving your emotional health

  • Brighten your outlook
  • Reduce stress
  • Get quality sleep
  • Cope with loss
  • Strengthen social connections
  • Be mindful

Source: National Institutes of Health

This research guide points to resources available at SU Libraries, on the open web, and in central NY. Remember, SU Libraries contains more than just academic resources; it contains content to feed your whole person - your mind, body, and spirit.


Boost Your Emotional Wellness

Boost Emotional Wellness, Improve Emotional Health, and Stay Positive: Strategies from MedlinePlus, NIH U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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