Student Health

We have worked closely with Cambridge University students at Queens’ College and Robinson College since 2016 and have found that exercise, nutrition and sleep is pivotal in their mental health and wellbeing.

Looking after your physical wellbeing is not only important for your physical health itself, or because good physical wellbeing will benefit your academic performance. Your physical wellbeing and your lifestyle will also have an impact on your mental wellbeing.

Research has also shown that physical activity can improve mood, reduce stress and anxiety and help prevent mental health problems. While higher intensity exercise has been shown to be particularly helpful, recent research has suggested that even low intensity activity, performed regularly, can be beneficial for your mental health.

We help the students with daily structure and understanding/learning ways to naturally boost the four primary chemicals in the brain that effect happiness: dopamine, oxytocin, serotonin, and endorphins.

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