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WELLNESS RESOURCES

Find resources for all areas of your life, from on-field performance to managing stress effectively. Learn more:

Stress Management

Sport/Performance Management

Substance Use

Mental Health

Player Wellness in the News

 

Please remember that these tools are intended to provide information and help you determine whether you may be displaying symptoms that may warrant concern. They are not intended to take the place of an evaluation by a trained medical professional.


 

STRESS MANAGEMENT RESOURCES

Stress is a part of life, but too much stress can literally kill. Make sure you know when you're stressed and what you can do about it. Try out these apps to learn healthy ways to manage your stress.

 

 

Join LA Chargers' Joe Barksdale in using the Calm app for daily meditation. Contact Dr. Nyaka NiiLampti for your own free two-month subscription.

SPORT/PERFORMANCE PSYCHOLOGY RESOURCES

You spend a lot of time developing your physical muscles, but how often do you develop your mental muscles? How much of your performance is physical, and how much is mental? Building your mental game can lead to better performances on the field.

SUBSTANCE USE RESOURCES

Make sure you know what it is you are putting in your body, whether for work or for play. Everything you do can impact you on and off the field.

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Mental health is a large part of your overall wellbeing, and it at least as important as your physical health. Use these resources to learn more about yourself as well as find mental health support.

PLAYER WELLNESS IN THE NEWS

Stay up to date with your peers as they bring national awareness to the topic of player wellness.


Please remember that these tools are intended to provide information and help you determine whether you may be displaying symptoms that may warrant concern. They are not intended to take the place of an evaluation by a trained medical professional.

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