This check up from the neck up is a brief, anonymous and confidential screening that helps you determine if you should connect with a mental health professional. Immediately following the brief questionnaire you will see your results, recommendations, and key resources. This screening includes assessments for anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, substance use, posttraumatic stress disorder, and disordered eating.
Maintaining a healthy weight is an important part of your overall health. This site includes information on healthy weight, menu plans for healthy eating, and information on healthy portions. You can also find a tool to help you calculate your Body Mass Index, or BMI, which is an estimate of body fat. While not the only indicator of maintaining a healthy weight, calculating your BMI helps you to understand what risks you might have for certain diseases that are associated with being overweight.
Getting good sleep each night--including both quality and quantity--is vital to the success of each Zag. There are two screenings available that may help you get an idea of your sleep quality. The Epworth Sleepiness Scale is a quick screening tool while the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index requires a bit more time. If you have questions about either tool, please schedule an appointment to review the results with your healthcare provider.
One of the steps students should take in being responsible for their own sexual health, if they decide to become sexually active, is getting tested for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). Having a conversation with your medical provider is the only way to be certain which tests you may need, but this tool can help you have a better understanding of which STI screening tests you may need.