By DeVry University
May 22, 2020
4 min read
May 22, 2020
4 min read
As a student, you’re no stranger to managing multiple tasks at one time. Whether you're prepping for exams, completing a group project or juggling personal commitments, it's important to find balance as you work through your to-do list. Prioritizing your own health is often just as important to your productivity as scheduling your time can be.
If you are looking for tips on how to manage stress in college, read the following guide for ways to stay healthy while working, learning and balancing personal responsibilities:
Go to sleep and wake up at the same time every day. Sleeping in can make it harder to start your day motivated.
Enjoy more direct sunlight in the mornings to start your day on a positive note.
Fight grogginess with exercise instead of caffeine – this way, you can get those coveted endorphins and avoid an energy crash.
Skip that late afternoon nap – it can make it more difficult to fall asleep when bedtime rolls around.
Put your phone and other artificial light sources away late at night so that they don’t disrupt your sleep.
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