An important exam is coming up, and you’re feeling anxious and can’t get your thoughts together. This is a common problem among students, and everyone deals with it the best they can.
Experts from the Mental Health Center in India decided to help students who suffer from stress and anxiety about their studies and outlined eight simple rules to follow to improve their condition.
First and foremost, they pointed out that the degree of stress depends on the status of the institution in which the exams are taking place, as well as their difficulty. According to the surveys, about 72.2% of students experience a high level of stress, which prevents them from leading a normal life. Such stress significantly affects students’ attention and concentration.
Senior psychiatrist Manasthali believes that in most cases, students do not seek help from specialists or even discuss their problems with family and friends. Complementing this with not getting enough rest and not always eating right, they further aggravate their condition and sometimes even put their health at risk.
Psychological health depends on many different factors, and it is best influenced by the support of loved ones. Despite this, most students for various reasons, do not have contact with their parents: some study in another city, and others simply do not have enough time to communicate.
Instead, they start smoking or drinking alcohol to relieve stress and eventually become addicted. Some even sign up for online casinos to relax before going to bed at table games or video slots, but this is a dangerous path. According to this handy article, many people look for reliable casinos, hoping to relieve stress and earn money. But in the end, only get into debt, spend sleepless nights, and earn anxiety.
To have good mental health, you need to adhere to the following rules:
- Create a to-do schedule for each day to increase your productivity and leave time for rest;
- Take 15-20 minute breaks while studying new material every 2 hours;
- Eat only healthy foods, eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, and drink at least 2 liters of water per day;
- Do not smoke, drink or gamble (or play video games) while you are preparing for exams;
- Exercise at home or at the gym. Spend more time outdoors;
- Try to communicate with loved ones about important things and not hold back emotions;
- Don’t set unrealistic expectations so that you won’t end up disappointed;
- If you feel overworked, stop working/studying and let your body recover.
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