In Skyline University Nigeria (SUN), the health and wellbeing of students and staff will continue to be a priority. Despite the uncertainty of these times and as the number of affected cases of the COVID-19 Pandemic reduces in the country, the university’s mission is unchanged and remained committed to supporting a healthier campus experience while engaging students in the same high-calibre for which the university has become renowned.
We have seen that safety reopening of the university is possible through carefully institutional measures, aligned with public health directives to prevent the spread of COVID-19. While this is true, it’s also the perfect time to set oneself up for eating and exercise habits. The use of the university’s sports facilities will produce a healthy result and help you to be regularly active. 30 minutes a day is highly recommended.
A healthy body requires a balanced diet. Without a balanced diet, the body is more prone to disease, infection, fatigue, and low academic performance as well as frequent infections. A healthy diet will assist you to feel higher, provide you with more energy, and help you fight stress. Students are encouraged to get enough sleep. It’s better for their mental and physical health as well as boost problem-solving skills.
Find your good mood and keep it by making yourself happy and relaxed, such as listening to some soothing music, reading a book, etc. Following these health tips will ensure your campus experience is healthy, fit, and fun.