Stanford Medicine WELL for Life
Accelerating the science to enhance well-being
Stanford WELL for Life wants to help you improve your health, wellness, and well-being, now and in the future. While much of Medicine is focused on diagnosing and treating diseases, Stanford WELL for Life provides a proactive approach for you to optimize your own well-being.
What is WELL for Life?
Questions or comments? Email us at wellforlife.stanford.edu or call (650) 723-9846
Why join WELL for Life?
Get access to challenges, resources, and tips to improve your well-being from Stanford experts
Learn to improve your nutrition, physical activity, social relationships, sleep, stress management skills, and more
Contribute to the science of well-being, health, and wellness
To get started, complete the WELL for Life survey
Start building mindfulness skills this holiday season and into the new year with the WELL Mindfulness Challenge. Mindfulness practices have been associated with reduced depressive symptoms, anxiety, and increased life satisfaction. They also allow you to better manage stress and develop resiliency! You won't spend more than 15 min./day and it's FREE! The Challenge runs 12/10–1/25.
Did you know all WELL participants who complete the Stanford WELL for Life Scale get access to the Food Frequency Questionnaire for free? The FFQ is one of the best tools to measure the nutrition in your diet, and delivers feedback as accurate as one year of recording every meal! Once you complete the scale click on How well do you eat? under the Surveys heading to assess your nutrition.
Out of 3,165 people who have completed the Stanford WELL for Life Scale (SWLS), people 55+ (n=906) are reporting the highest levels of well-being compared to younger generations (n=2259)! People 55+ scored an average of 72/100 compared to 66/100 for people <55. That is a 6 point difference! The SWLS is a holistic measure that scores 10 different domains of well-being.
Check out what WELL for Life is up to this December
Who are we?
WELL for Life is a new and cutting-edge study at the Stanford Prevention Research Center (SPRC). WELL is shifting the lens of chronic disease prevention by focusing on well-being- what does it mean to be well and how can we intervene to increase one's well-being.
Who can join?
Anyone 18 or older who lives in the US is invited. We would like to have people from all walks of life join us- sick, healthy, old, young, men, women, and anyone else is invited.
How do you join?
Click “Join Now” and complete the informed consent form, which will provide you with details about your participation. Within the hour you will receive an email granting you access to the WELL portal.
We will never charge you, ask for a credit card, or ask you to make a purchase.
Your Role at WELL
We will ask you to complete the well-being survey once each year. You will receive emails from us when we publish new content that you may be interested in. You are not obligated to respond and can stop participating at any time.
The Well-being Survey
Our online survey can be completed in about 30-40 minutes, and will ask about a variety of factors that may impact your wellbeing. You can stop the survey and return to it at any time.
Each completed survey gives you customized feedback based on your results and/or quality information about the relevant topic. More complete surveys give more accurate feedback and access to informational content.
Your information is protected by Stanford, HIPAA, and federal regulations. We will never share your identifying information without your consent.