Tips For Students To Help Manage Stress
NewsBytes
Oct 25, 2020

Exams can be quite stressful for students. Apart from exams, performance expectations, deadlines, workload, etc. can be stressful. Watch our latest video to learn how students and battle this stress a

Exams can be quite stressful for students. Apart from exams, performance expectations, deadlines, workload, etc. can be stressful. Due to the lockdown, many students studying from home are facing many problems.  However, it is important for students to overcome it. I will give you some useful tips for stress management.

  1. Habit of studying every day

Students should focus on studies and make study time a part of their daily schedule. They should study even if there are no upcoming exams. They should have a proper study schedule and adhere to it. Staying up-to-date with studies will help students learn in a stress-free way.

  1. Stop Procrastination 

Students should learn how to manage time properly. They should adopt time management techniques to have a stress-free life. Many students tend to procrastinate on their studies, academic work, or other activities and postpone them to the last-minute. This leads to piling up of work and increases the burden/stress on them. So, one must stop procrastinating to avoid unnecessary stress.

 

  1. Try meditation, perform light physical activities for overall well-being

Students must develop good habits that will help them deal with stress and maintain good health. Before lockdown students would meet friends in schools and colleges but now it is not possible. Try to stay in touch with them via call or video calls. It is important to balance studies & activities. Pursue your interests, make time to play, exercise and watch Tv. This will help with stress management. 

  1.  Sleep Well & Eat Well 

Students should follow a healthy routine. They should get sufficient rest to reduce stress. One must sleep for at least 6-7 hours every day. Eating healthy food and avoiding junk food as much as possible is also essential.

  1. Talk to parents or friends if you're facing any issues

If the students are facing some issues with their studies or anything else, they should talk to someone they trust to overcome stress. They should express their thoughts out instead of isolating themselves. Stress can get worse when someone feels lonely and tries to isolate themselves. Sometimes, spending time with family or friends is needed to reduce the stress levels.