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Drink for Your Health

Drink for Your Health

If you are not drinking enough water, you may experience problems with your ability to function normally at work, home, and in relationships. It can also cause issues with your mental health and stress level. Did you know that dehydration has been linked to headaches, confusion, and fatigue? Check out Behavioral Health Partners’ January blog post for tips to help you remember to drink more water. Behavioral Health Partners is brought to you by Well-U, offering eligible individuals mental health services for stress, anxiety, and depression.

Want to Keep Those Resolutions?

Want to Keep Those Resolutions?

In anticipation of the New Year, many of us start making our lists of resolutions which frequently go by the wayside before too long. Making lasting changes can seem difficult and daunting, especially when we have tried and failed a number of times. Check out Behavioral Health Partners’ December blog post for tips on helping you stick to your resolutions. Behavioral Health Partners is brought to you by Well-U, offering eligible individuals mental health services for stress, anxiety, and depression.

Mental Health Services Available Through Well-U

Mental Health Services Available Through Well-U

Did you know that as an employee enrolled in a University health care plan, you may be eligible to receive mental health services from Behavioral Health Partners? Find out more about these services in the August Behavioral Health Partners' Blog Post. Behavioral Health Partners is brought to you by Well-U, providing eligible individuals with mental health services for stress, anxiety, and depression.

New Year, New Resolutions for Better Mental Health

New Year, New Resolutions for Better Mental Health

If you are like the majority of Americans, you made a new year’s resolution to welcome 2017. But did you know that only about 8% of those who make resolutions actually succeed in keeping them? Most often those that succeed do so by making explicit measurable goals. This month’s blog post from Behavioral Health Partners (BHP) shares 3 simple resolutions you can easily incorporate into your daily routine to promote positive mental health. Behavioral Health Partners is brought to by Well-U, providing eligible individuals with mental health services for stress, anxiety, and depression.

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