Healthy NTU

Healthy NTU

Health, happiness and academic success are all linked so it's very important to look after yourself to ensure you have the best time while studying at NTU.

We have a health and wellbeing programme at NTU which is led by our Student Health Development Officer, this covers key health themes and offers support to you during your studies.

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Wellness sessions

Sometimes it's beneficial to get a little help and advice regarding your wellbeing. That's why we run wellness sessions with our Student Health Development Officer where you can chat about any of the topics below. For further information and support, get in touch.

  • Sleep and relaxation
    Advice on how to get a good night's sleep and tips for relaxation.
  • Physical activity
    How to make small steps to become more active, with possible referral to the Sport Access Scheme.
  • Alcohol
    Safe drinking, measuring alcohol units and recommended limits, plus referral to Last Orders service if required.
  • Smoking
    Advice on how to give up and services available to support you.
  • Drugs
    Harm reduction, drugs overview and referral to a drugs specialist if needed.
  • Mental health
    Self-help approaches and tips on mindfulness.
  • Sexual health
    Advice on being safe, STI information, specialist screening services and the option to sign-up to the C-Card scheme.
  • Eating well
    How to cook on a budget and tips for eating healthily.

Download a copy of our Looking After Yourself Guide PDF icon .

Try Something New

NTU Mindfulness Walks

Mindfulness walks are a great way to take time out, clear your head and become energised. The Mindfulness walks are available on each campus and last around 1 hour. For more information and to book click HERE 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A student taking part at a previous Wellbeing event.