About Health and Wellness
Your health is more than the physical condition of your body. There are multiple aspects of wellness to consider, including your physical, emotional, spiritual, social, occupational, environmental and intellectual health. When one area gets out of balance, it usually affects the other aspects of your life, whether you realize it or not.
The staff of Campus Recreational Services, Counseling & Psychological Services, Rebel Wellness Zone and Student Health Center are dedicated to helping you achieve this balance.
The Wellness Wheel represents the collaborative effort of the programs and services of the UNLV Student Recreation and Wellness Center — including Aquatics, Counseling & Psychological Services, Disability Resource Center, Fitness, Intramurals, Jean Nidetch Women's Center, Membership, Office of Student Conduct, Outdoor Programs, PEX Courses, Rebel Wellness Zone, Sport Clubs and the Student Health Center.
The seven dimensions of the Wellness Wheel are inter-connected to achieve balance & personal well-being:
- Occupational — career, certifications, work ethic, school, training, interests, abilities
- Spiritual — values, intuition, character, ethics, tradition, enthusiasm, spiritual fulfillment
- Intellectual — time management, study skills, goal setting, memory, test preparation, imagination
- Physical — recreation, nutrition, sleep, relaxation, energy level, fitness, preventative maintenance
- Emotional — personality, stress management, self-efficacy, love, joy, hardiness
- Environmental — community service, world and political awareness, natural resource management, recycling, food choices
- Social — relationships, culture, organizations, family, friends, clubs, parties, communication