Students can become very tired both emotionally and physically when they are preparing for an examination. How can they look after their health while they are studying?
Examinations have become a nightmare for children since their introduction to the educational system. Students find failure in an examination highly embarrassing and painful. As examinations are used as a tool to assess the credentials of a student, even the thought about examination creates, tension fear, and anxiety in children causing physiological and psychological problems like lack of appetite and hypertension. Thus, some may resort to extreme steps unable to bear this burden. This essay will discuss the ways one can adapt to remain physically and emotionally healthy while preparing for an examination.
The first and foremost thing students can do is to plan well in advance so that the hustle and bustle of last-minute could be avoided. It is a tendency seen among students, especially boys, to start studies at the eleventh hour. The pressure to mug up a lot of information in a short time creates tension. They try to cram things up which, most of the time, they fail to reproduce when required. To avoid this situation, students should allocate adequate time for each subject depending on their nature.
Yet another step is to spend enough time unwinding oneself. Some time should be found for recreation. Lighter exercises and meditation are highly effective in controlling stress. Yet another necessary step is to have nutritious food in time as long time study undoubtedly leads to fatigue.
In total, it seems that the talisman of recreation, proper diet, and planning will help students save themselves from the haunting exam ghost.