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Health and Wellness

Physical Wellness

People with high physical well-being have strong and healthy bodies that may or may not fit with societal ideals, but they are comfortable with their bodies and treat them with respect. They are knowledgeable about issues related to health, exercise, and nutrition, and they use this information to make sure they eat right, exercise, get sufficient sleep, manage daily stress and get medical care and exams as needed. They avoid substances, such as cigarettes or excessive alcohol that could negatively impact their health and well-being, as well as practicing safe sex or abstinence to avoid unplanned pregnancy and/or sexually transmitted diseases.

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Healthy Campus Taskforce: Paws for Wellness

Health and Wellness
E-mail: healthandwellness@towson.edu


 

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Physical Wellness Tip: Integrate exercise and physical activity with other areas of your life.


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