Stressed-Out Students [infographic]

by collegelife on August 24, 2011

The school year is just starting, but stress levels start to escalate quickly.  Some students have tests and quizzes within the first or second week of class.  Social and peer  pressures cut into study time.  Family responsibilities cut into personal and sleep times.

This infographic from Daily Infographic is a very simple explanation of the stress you experience while going to school.   “According to the infographic, meditating, participating in hobbies, sleeping, and spending time with friends can ward off the negative impact of stress. Sure, these activities are obvious, but they are also items that don’t make the cut when schedules are tight. Another key tip is knowing when to ask for help. Most colleges have counselors or programs if the stress does become overbearing”, according to the Daily Infographic.

Click here – Stressed-Out Students [infographic].


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faith jordan September 8, 2011 at 3:35 am

A great tip is to work ahead in the class. Many times stress can be relieved by not having the pressure of a test or homework.

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