The Best πŸ‘πŸΌ Ways to Manage Stress πŸ˜– from School 🏫 ...

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Contrary to what many of our elder generations think, it’s so not true that students have it easy.

No one these days goes to college or university for an easy ride.2

There’s the pressure of classes, studying, peer pressure, student society and finances.2

Unless you’re a genius, you will have worked hard to earn your diploma/certification/degree.

Here’s how to handle the stress you’ll inevitably feel sometime during your course.

1. Healthy Diet

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One tip for how to manage school stress is to try to maintain a healthy diet.

You are probably sick of hearing it, but the healthier your body is, the better you will feel overall and the more equipped you will be able to handle the natural stress that a school environment creates.

2. Exercise

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Along with a healthy diet, you should try to make exercise a regular part of your routine.

The endorphins that a good workout creates within your body will give you a feeling of euphoria that melts in to an overall better sense of well being, and it will stand you in better stead for dealing with stressful situations in the classroom and outside.

3. Meditation

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It may sound over simplistic, but finding the time to sit quietly by yourself for ten minutes every day can really help to center the mind and reduce stress levels.2

It’s easy to get in to if you have never tried it before;

just focus on the inhaling and exhaling of your breathing pattern and focus on sending oxygen to every single part of your body.

4. Regular Breaks

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If you are trying to complete an assignment that is causing you a lot of stress, then schedule your work so that you can take mini breaks every 45 minutes or so.

Taking these regular breaks will give your brain a little time to reset and you will be able to praise yourself for seeing how far you have come between each break.

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