Live Long. Live Well.

Social &
Emotional Health

Socializing is important for both your mental and physical health. Make a concentrated effort to make sure you have these in your life. Isolation and loneliness increases likelihood of depression, anxiety, and physical health issues. It is important to make spending time with friends and family a large part of every day!

Optimism

Studies show that those with high levels of optimism have a longer lifespan compared with less optimistic people.

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The Best Morning Ritual

Research shows your mood in the morning affects your productivity all day.

Learn what your morning ritual needs to contain to put you in the right frame of mind to be productive.

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The Benefits of Forest Bathing

Forest bathing, or shinrin-yoku, is not exercise, hiking, or jogging, but taking in the forest through our senses.

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Mindfulness

Mindfulness is the ability to be fully present, aware of our surroundings and what one is doing. When you are mindful, you bring your full attention and awareness to the present moment.

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Close Connections Matter

What is the single most important factor in living a long, healthy happy life?

It must be diet, right?

It must be exercise then? Nope.

The single most important determinant of a long, healthy and happy life is having close connections with friends and family.

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The Importance of Humor

We know stress is one of the biggest threats to our health, longevity and happiness… and laughing relieves stress!
Click the link below to learn more about the 20 different types of humor.

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Helpful Resources

We’ve compiled a list of resources available locally to help you live your happiest, healthiest, longest life.

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Contact

Live Long. Live Well.

Email: live@dixie.edu