3 June 2015

How To Stay Healthy During Exam Period

Examination time for many students may seem quite nervous and restless, especially if you study abroad. Sometimes parents are more nervous than the students themselves. They are always talking about this topic and frightening their child with stories of terrible failures. Meanwhile, at this time all the students need the most relaxed friendly atmosphere, understanding and love from both parents and their student flat London colleagues.

It’s just the right time to lower passions and moderate parental ambitions. It is much more important to maintain physical and mental health of a student than to get good mark. It is important to firmly know that no matter what you receive on the exam, the love and faith of your parents will always remain the same.

Here are some tips that can help to stay healthy, make life easier and increase productivity during exam period.

Deep sleep
Healthy sleep schedule is one of the most essential things to survive before an exam. Lack of sleep is extremely bad, so it is good to set a target of getting 8 to 10 hours of sleep every night. Working at night instead of sleeping can lead to opposite results.

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Healthy diet
Food is incredibly important. Maintaining a healthy diet will help students feel better and give the body healthy ingredients that will enhance productivity. Rich in amino acids, fish (such as tuna and salmon) will improve the chemical balance of the brain and the ability to understand educational material better. Walnuts and flax seed are also strongly recommended, being popular in the struggle for the maintenance of concentration. Wholegrain food slowly releases glucose into the bloodstream and allows you to stay longer in excellent working condition. Interestingly, blueberries may also improve short-term memory.

Keeping a clean workplace, making lists and storing the documents in order - all these little things help in preparing for exams. It is also helpful to schedule each day to avoid spending too much time on one subject over another. It would be also nice to know how much time you usually spend on each topic to organize your time effectively.

Physical exercise
Physical activity before exams or during the preparation improves memory and the ability to force the brain activity. Walks in the fresh air won’t damage your health. Go to the gym, meet up with friends - pleasant emotions will add strength. Even a small joy may help you stay healthy and reduce stress before exam.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the tips. I'll be sure to pass then on to my niece