by Jessica Amey

Despite what people think, being a student isn’t an easy ride. For many students they are living away from home for the first time, having to make new friends, manage money and find time to study because their future depends on them doing well.

Taking some simple measures to help with stress is a wise move as it will not only help you feel better but will also help you do better in your studies.

Here are a few things you can do to help you deal with stress..

Don’t leave your assignments until the last minute
When there is so much going on it’s easy to put things off until the last minute but this will make the whole experience stressful whereas if you get your studying out of the way as soon as possible then it means you can enjoy your time without the stress of knowing you should be studying instead.

Consider using a proofreading service
If you having written an assignment but aren’t confident enough to hand it in how it is then you could consider using a proofreading service like Scribbr. Their experienced essay editors improve the language, structure and clarity of your essay to help you become a better writer.

Eat well
It’s easy to get into bad eating habits when you become a student, maybe your shared kitchen is always a mess or you don’t know how to cook. With so many fast food restaurants serving up cheap food it’s easier to rely on that, especially as there is no washing up involved! But food is your body’s fuel and if you eat crap, you will feel crap. You can find lots of student meals here.

As well as eating well, regular exercise is another great way to keep your body and mind healthy. Whether it’s running, going to the gym, or even just yoga. It all helps with stress.

Find time to relax
Everyone’s idea of relaxing is different but the key to it is to switch off from the worries and to do lists that fill our minds. Whether it’s going to the cinema, reading a book or catching up with friends, it’s important.

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