Keeping Students Safe on College Campuses

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College students have a lot to worry about. But this month, campuses across the country are making sure students know how they can prevent themselves from being victims of attacks. Tracey Hawkins chatted about National Campus Safety Awareness Month and shared tips on how students can stay safe.

Safety Tips:

1- Trust their instinct
2- Be aware of their surroundings
3- Have a safety plan, and utilize it!
4- Utilize campus safety information to
learn about campus crimes
5- Secure their living quarters on an affordable, do-it-yourself basis

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    Another strategy that yoga students should implement to make sure that they do not harm themselves while engaging in the physical activity is to remain hydrated. If an individual becomes dehydrated while completing yoga exercises, she or he could faint and/or experience a plethora of other physical problems such as dizziness. Additionally, many people sweat when doing yoga exercises, and this reality can result in a loss of important nutrients. Thus to prevent both dehydration and electrolyte imbalances, be sure to drink liquid prior to exercise and during the yoga workout if necessary. To make sure that you get in the habit of doing this, make a point to bring a water bottle with you to each yoga workout session you attend.