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By November 11, 2022March 21st, 2023No Comments


t’s so easy to get stressed out with assignments, exams, work, relationships, etc.

Yes, burnout is a thing! And it’s never too early to take care of yourself, mentally and physically.

Does getting stressed make you want to have a sip of beer? Or plan for a night of drinking? Is this a good idea?

We will let you decide for yourself but here are some tips for a stress-free November.

1. Eat well and stay hydrated 🍗🍝🥑💧

Go for healthy food choices and ensure you drink enough water throughout the day. It can help with maintaining your energy, which is crucial when it comes to managing and dealing with stress.

2. Get active 💪🚴‍♀️

Need some feel-good endorphins?

Hitting the campus gym, joining a yoga session, or hitting up a spin class at your local gym can greatly affect your overall mood and health during stressful times.

3. Rest 😴

Sometimes we tend to forget the most basic one – sleep!

Are you getting enough sleep? Do you feel full of energy when you woke up today?

Lack of sleep can notably affect your mood, energy, and stress level. Plan time for naps and proper sleep schedules. “Me” time is important.

4. Managing Emotions 😣

Feelings of sadness, anger, or fear are common when coping with stress.

Make sure to express your feelings rather than bottling them up. How? Have a long coffee with a close friend.

Not a good talker? Try doing something that you enjoy.

Painting, drawing, playing music, bullet journaling can be some good ideas.

5. Relax 🧘‍♂️🧘‍♀️

Explore relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, or yoga. All these methods can help center your mind and relieve overall stress.

Do you have any other tips to cope with stress? Share them with us!


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