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7 Ways for Students To De-Stress

7 Ways for Students To De-Stress

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7 Ways for Students To De-Stress
Stress has been every student’s enemy. From college applications, overdue research papers, reviews for exams, or simply dorm chores, we can all relate to what it’s like to feel stressed out.

At times like this where your schoolwork piles up, the more you add to your plate, the less likely you will do any of it efficiently. When we feel the most stressed out, it can ruin our phase and work ethic all at once. But do not worry, there are ways to get through it.

Take your time to manage stress. Sit back, relax, and breathe out all the repressed emotions inside of you. Do things that will keep your mind away from all the tasks. Here are some ways how you can de-stress from your study:

Take a deep breath

It may sound simple and cliché, but taking a deep breath is a very helpful method of unwinding. If the stress gets the best of you, step aside for some time, clear your mind, and inhale and exhale deeply. This way, you lower your heart rate and regulate your breathing which helps your nerves and anxiety.

Nap

Nap is a great way to recharge yourself after a tiring task. Taking a break, even a 15-minute nap, gives your eyes some rest and your body revitalized for the next tasks you need to do. After all, who doesn’t love a midday nap? Even Spain has a siesta in the afternoons.

Exercise

Who said de-stressing does not need sweating? Exercising has a lot of benefits, may it be physically or mentally. Try exercising; jogging for a short mile is already a big help to stray your focus for a bit. Feeling the air can also be a mode of relaxation. More importantly, exercising releases endorphins to your brain that make your mood lighten.

Read

Reading something other than your notes and textbooks is one way to take your mind off things that stresses you. Whether it is your favorite novel or an article online, reading will keep your mind relaxed, even if just temporarily.

Journal

Writing some things in your journal can also be a way to unwind. Express your thoughts, share your problems, or list positive things on paper. Journaling is a great way to keep yourself on track of your progress.

Watch

Whether it is a Netflix film or a YouTube video, watching is an absolute de-stressor. This will instantly make you forget all your problems even for just a couple of hours. However, do not forget that you have a lot more important things to do. Do not binge-watch! One episode is enough.

Friends

You can never go wrong with spending time with your friends. While venting out your problems may be uncomfortable, it’s fine. Simply hanging out with them will make you feel better. You can even ask them to help you out with schoolwork or chores if you need assistance. Your friends will surely help ease your burden.

Get more tips to help you out in college by reading more articles here at MSM Unify.

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