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5 Ways For Brock University Students to Deal with Stress

5 Ways For Brock University Students to Deal with Stress

As fun as being a university student can be at times, there are also many times students find themselves overwhelmed by the amount of work they must do. If you’re a Brock University student who finds yourself stressed out, here are 5 ways to help manage it.

Exercise

It doesn’t have to be a strenuous workout – even 20 minutes of exercise can be enough to relieve some of the stress you’re feeling. Running, weight lifting, even yoga can all be excellent ways to relax your mind and refocus yourself.

Don’t try to do too much

Getting involved around campus is a great way to make new friends and add to your resume, but you don’t want to overload yourself. Trying to do too much can lead to loads of stress along with a feeling of being overwhelmed. Look at your schedule, prioritize, and figure out what you do and do not have time for.

Schedule time to relax

Finding time to simply relax can be tough when you’re at a university, but it’s not impossible. Organize your schedule and find a bit of time during the day, even if it’s 30 minutes, when you’re not obligated to do anything besides relaxing.

Don’t forget your hobbies

When you get caught up in your school obligations sometimes it’s easy to forget to do what makes you happy. Remember your favorite hobbies and make time for them. It might be just an hour or two a week, but your passions are a great way to escape the stresses of university life.

Get plenty of sleep

Sleeping habits tend to spiral out of control when you’re at a university. Unlike high school, no one is around to tell you to go to bed at a reasonable time. It can be extremely tempting to stay up until 3am for no reason. However, not getting enough sleep leads to sleep deprivation, which brings with it added stress and many other negative effects on your health.

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