College Students In Singapore Feel Stress Too

College Students In Singapore Feel Stress Too

College  students have stress too!

College students have stress too!

Too often stress is a word used to describe the responsibilities of adults. However, many college students and even many high school students—have surprisingly high levels of stress. If you are a college student in Singapore who is looking for a few ways to manage their level of stress, consider the tips below.

Pay Attention To What You Eat

While you are in school, junk food is sure to be plentiful. Dining out with friends is likely to take you to locations where meals are less than well-balanced—meaning that salty, sugary, and greasy foods may be some of your dietary staples. Look for ways to balance your unhealthy dietary choices, with fruits, vegetables, and healthy proteins.

Related: How stress is the cause of most physical problems

Get Up And Move

Whether school is your full-time, obligation, or you work, go to school and participate in extracurricular activities—it is important to prioritize physical activity. Physical activity releases stress-relieving hormones and will help to keep you healthy from the inside out. Even if you play sports or workout on a regular basis, make sure to get up and move every couple of hours when in the midst of a long study session.

Schedule Enough Time For Sleep

While this may be the time in your life where some all-night study sessions are required—and your social life may keep you up into the wee hours of the night—you must prioritize your sleep. Even if heading to bed early is not an option, look for opportunities to sleep in, and remember that there is no shame in sneaking in a cat nap during the day.

The tips above will help busy college students throughout Singapore maintain a healthy lifestyle.

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