Stress is an inevitable part of
As a student
Stress is a natural state, however, depending on the level it is also necessary to manage it well. Here are some tips to help you manage and reduce stress as a student:
It is widely known that working out is necessary for our general well-being. The benefits of physical activities are not to be questioned. Aside from keeping one in shape, working out can also prevent various diseases and even improve mental well-being.
Physical activities help reduce stress by releasing endorphins, the brain’s natural
Manage your Sleep Schedule
Sleeping does not
This can be achieved by creating a suitable environment such as dimming the lights two hours prior to bed time, reducing screen time, avoiding caffeine, and also taking a warm bath.
We spend a lot of time facing our screens, seeking instant gratification and generally running away from our
One way to help us recognize the things happening within is through journaling. Setting time every day to write down what we think and feel can immensely help us to recognize triggers to certain feelings, including stress. By identifying roots, we can easier find
Take Me Time
These days we become more familiar with the term “self-care”. Self-care does not necessarily have to manifest in a home spa with scented candles. Self-care is everything you do that is targeted towards improving your mental well-being. Doing things that are good for you.
By practicing self-care. You are able to say no to the things that stress you under the realization that they do not do you any good. Every person needs time for themselves to decompose every now and then, especially under stressful situations. Find a quiet place and rest your thoughts.
This could be done anywhere, not just at home. Taking me time is essentially disconnecting temporarily to recharge your energy. This is not to abandon any responsibilities, but solely to get back into a good state of mind to later perform better.