Do you feel like got caught up in your hectic student life? Packed School Calendar, dreading exams and deadline oriented assignments, early and late evening lectures, it can be a real uphill struggle ahead of you. Most of the time students forget to take proper care of their brain and physical health both. Alarming facts based on a study conducted recently states that almost 70% of students are physically inactive due to unhealthy lifestyle and busy schedule. As always, we are not generalising every student here, but it’s a fact that a majority is unaware of their health while in middle of studies.
To get things going in the right path, all you need is an attentive approach and determination to start on a healthy lifestyle. Here are some tips to help you begin with:
Never Skip your Breakfast
Obviously it’s not the first you’ve heard this. Various studies reveal that having breakfast is the most crucial factor of a human being’s health and memory power. Being a student, you are supposed to memorise nothing short of infinite information while you learn. If you have a tendency to regularly skip breakfast, this will affect your brain power. So start off your day with a healthy well balanced breakfast!
Get moving while you learn
Do not compromise on exercise. Regular exercise enhances your focus and mental strength. It is a great medium to reduce anxiety. After all if you don’t have enough headspace, how would you think clearly? Mental Health is as important as physical health when it comes to academics. Exercise is the best method to have a healthy mind.
How simple a word, but this is too important. Late Night studies and assignment works are all right to some extent, but making it a practise can put your health at risk. While you concentrate on brain food and exercise, also make sure to get good sleep regularly.