Top 7 Stress Management Tips For Students
by Luka Malgaj
personal development. This article will deal with management of negative stress.

Causes Of Stress In Students

Causes of stress in school children include; bullies, a mismatch between student and
teacher, concerns about not having enough friends, not in the same class as friends,
peer pressure, lack of family time, over scheduling of extra-curricular activities,
insufficient sleep, poor diet, lack of preparation, noise pollution among others.

As the students progress to a different level the causes of stress often increase.
When students go to college or university, they have to contend with leaving their
parents and beginning the process of finding their own identity as adults and their
place in the world. The main causes of stress here will therefore include; the new
university or college environment, payment of fees, the new relationships formed,
the competitive circumstances, exams, lack of proper time management techniques,
peer and parental pressure.

How Students Can Manage Stress

Students can manage stress using various techniques. The most important of these
are;

  1. Learning to manage their time wisely. This is done by setting up a study
    schedule, breaking up studies into smaller chunks. In short, students are
    advised to formulate, with the help of their teachers and parents, study
    timetables and adhere to them.
  2. The student will also need to have a system of organization for note-taking,
    keeping track of assignments and other important papers.
  3. Creating a good study environment is also a great tool for stress management.
    Students have different study habits. While some need a completely quiet room
    free from interruptions, others actually study better listening to quiet music in
    the background. A student should pick which is best for him or her.
  4. Determining the most appropriate learning style: whether the student is a
    visual, kinesthetic or auditory learner. Tailoring your study practices around your
    particular learning styles makes success easier to attain and keeps stress at bay.
  5. Using relaxation techniques like deep breathing, visualization or imagery,
    progressive muscle relaxation, meditation and yoga. Additionally, being
    optimistic will help students become healthier, less stressed and more
    successful.
  6. Learning how to budget money, spend wisely and pay bills on time, if any, is
    very important for the student's survival and will lower stress levels.
  7. Lastly, students must take care of their bodies and minds by getting proper
    nutrition, getting some form of physical exercise and getting enough sleep.
    Seven hours of sleep each night is recommended for optimum body and brain
    function. Naps, not exceeding one hour, should also be taken when needed.

Following these tips will help you greatly to reduce the stress and it might even help
to improve your performance on exams.


About The Author

Luka Malgaj

If you are interested in this topic you should read the extensive guide to
on the web site that is dedicated to .
Stress affects all students, from
graduate level to those in the
kindergarten. The term stress refers
to the response you have when
facing circumstances that force you
to act, change or adjust in some way
to keep things balanced. It is your
body's way of responding to any kind
of demand. It can be caused by both
good and bad experiences. In the
right dose, stress can be healthy or
even enjoyable. However, stress can
be very damaging for students when
it becomes excessive. It can harm
students' health, happiness,
performance, relationships and
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