It’s that time of the year again, board exams are around the corner and everyone is getting ready to gear up for D-day. A vast majority of students are known to experience high levels of stress and this in-turn affects there health, happiness and eventually trickles down to their grades. Stress can affect health-related issues like sleep patterns, diet as well as overall fitness. Class 10th students face intense competition. High-level competition and barely any room for breathing leaves the students feeling asphyxiated. Whilst what is needed is a change in education policy, there are several ways through which students can help alleviate themselves of stress. To deal with stress we first need to understand the three most basic types of stress that most students are known to be dealing with:
- Social Stress: This puts serious peer pressure on students. Dealing with new social bonds, hormones, the peer pressure, and the balancing all that with academia can be quite a tough nut to crack.
- Academic Stress: This includes airtight schedules, battles of the grade, challenging classes, responsibilities of homework and all of this adds up to build up a crescendo of the final exams.
- Everyday Stress: The stress associated with issues like social life, daily commute, internships etc
Some ways in which the students can with the aforementioned stress are as follows:Time Management: Proper time management is the first thing you should do to know as it is the most effective technique to relieve stress, Students must be able to chart out time for everything from relaxation, sleep to study and play time. This balance of activities is what will keep you stressfree.
Exercise: A healthy lifestyle is essential for students, especially in school. The brain requires the body to be healthy so that it may function smoothly and in full capacity. Getting some cardio into your fitness regime will help you lower your stress levels significantly. Exercise and get some air.
Positive Mental Outlook: If you don’t let the negativity get to you and keep focusing on your goal it’ll help you more than you know. Staying positive and maintaining a healthy outward outlook will help you attain your goals in an efficient manner.
Don’t Procrastinate: The best way to stop procrastinating is to finish the most arduous tasks first. This will leave you with ample time to finish all other smaller tasks.
A generic thing you should keep in your mind is that you should keep your workload distributed so that it is moderate and does not weigh down on your daily life. This can be ensured by living a balanced life, with all elements of life being taken into account. Our Blueprint’s mastermind Chapterwise Question Bank for classes 9th and 10th will help you ease out the stress even more as it is modelled according to the latest updates by CBSE: https://blueprinteducation.co.in/collections/master-mind-question-bank