Health & Wellbeing
MAAUN is committed to ensuring the health and wellbeing of its students and staff. As such, the university has a dedicated clinic staffed by trained medical professionals who are available to provide a range of health services, including routine check-ups and medical consultations
The clinic is equipped with facilities to provide the best possible care to those who need it. The medical professionals are trained to provide quality healthcare to everyone who requires medical attention, ensuring that they receive personalized treatment and care. The clinic is opened during regular working hours and is staffed by both male and female medical personnel to ensure that all individuals can access care in a comfortable and safe environment.
In addition to the clinic, MAAUN also promotes health and well-being by encouraging healthy lifestyle among its students and staff.
We understand this new challenge could affect your mental health, physical health and well-being, so you’ll find lots of support when you get here.
Everyone needs a little help with their studies from time to time, whether you’re a freshman taking your first step into university life or a seasoned student who knows their way around the University, here are some guidelines for health and well-being on campus at MAAUN:
Here are some pieces of advice for dealing with stress:
Identify the source of stress: Understanding the source of stress is the first step in managing it. Identify what triggers your stress and find ways to avoid or reduce it.
Take breaks: Taking breaks throughout the day can help reduce stress. Take a few minutes to stretch, meditate, or take a walk outside.
Exercise regularly: Exercise is a great way to reduce stress. It releases endorphins, which can help improve your mood and reduce stress.
Practice relaxation techniques: Deep breathing, meditation, and yoga are all great ways to relax and reduce stress.
Get enough sleep: Lack of sleep can make stress worse. Make sure to get enough sleep each night to help manage stress.
Talk to someone: Talking to someone you trust, like a friend, family member, or counselor, can help reduce stress. It can also help you gain perspective on the situation.
Prioritize self-care: Taking care of yourself is essential for managing stress. Make time for activities you enjoy, such as reading, listening to music, or spending time with loved ones.
Remember that stress is a normal part of life, but it’s important to manage it effectively to prevent it from becoming overwhelming on your academic success. By taking steps to manage stress, you can improve your overall health and well-being.
Our experienced finance advisors will walk you through the whole process of getting funding for your education, applying for scholarships, or finding a part-time job in the university administration, or even sort out your housing fees.
Don’t be shy. Reach out and we will answer any question you might have.
MAAUN has a dedicated gymnasium with modern equipment for physical fitness and exercise, as well as outdoor recreational facilities for sports and leisure activities.
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