Prioritizing your mental, emotional, and physical health can have a big impact on your life as you work to reach your goals.
Taking care of YOU
For some people, self care means exercising during the day so they can sleep well at night. Other people feel good when they can spend time alone with a good book. If you’re having a hard time figuring out what you need, here are some ideas:  
Drink water.
Water plays an important role in all of our bodily functions. Drinking enough water can help you look and feel good.

Take walk outside.

Get some fresh air and feel the sun on your face.

Stop what you're doing and take 5 deep breaths. Breathing can help calm your mind.  
Be social.
Spending time with your people can be theraputic. If you don’t have anyone like that in your life, look into clubs at your school or seek out volunteer opportunities.

Listen to music.
Take a break from screens. Even if only for a few minutes, try looking at something far away, or listening to music.
Mental health
Sometimes it takes more than fresh air and exercise to feel good. People experience lots of emotions during their lives. It’s normal to feel down sometimes, but if your emotions are getting in the way of enjoying your usual activities, talk about it with a healthcare provider, social worker, therapist, or counselor. If you feel like you might hurt yourself of others, reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Hotline for assistance 1(800)-273-8255.
Healthy relationships should feel safe and respectful. The people involved may share similar interests. Unhealthy relationships might feel unsafe. There may be name-calling, physical or sexual abuse, controlling behavior, jealousy, and/or emotional manipulation. Consent should be given every time, by each partner before engaging in verbal or physical sexual activities. Talk with your partner(s) about what you’re comfortable with. Remember, you can revoke your consent at any time, for any reason, and for any type of contact.If you have concerns, talk to a trusted adult, counselor, or social worker.