Any UW-Madison student is eligible to use Survivor Services and our Women’s Health Clinic
UHS offers an interdisciplinary program of services designed to assist students’ pursuit of healthy mind, body, and spirit.
UHS nutritionists can help with weight management, cholesterol or blood pressure control, vegetarianism, and general nutrition questions.
Meditation is an evidenced-based method for increasing concentration and mental clarity, and helping to induce positive states of relaxation and well-being.
Massage can decrease stress, relax the mind and body, diminish pain, decrease depressive and anxious feelings, increase concentration, and promote healthy sleep.
Acupuncture—which stimulates points on the body using fine needles, finger, or hand pressure—is an efficient, inexpensive method that can relieve discomfort and pain and reduce the effects of stress.
Technology can be used to manage almost any aspect of our lives, and health and fitness is no exception. But with an abundance of information at your fingertips, how can you know what to trust to include in your fitness plan? Here’s what three UHS experts had to say. Fitness Plans and Yoga Going to […]
No matter what size you are, mindfulness is an important part of good self-care. Between classes, schoolwork, jobs, internships, and extracurricular activities, taking a moment to simply breathe can be your last priority. We get it. That’s where our group comes in. Body size should be no barrier when it comes to practicing yoga. Break […]