Here are the best tips around:
1) Plan it out.
Maybe this is just me, but I know I feel a lot better if I can see a physical list of the things I need to get done and how much time I have to do them. If I can take the mental chaos of everything I know I have to do and write it down, my head is clear; I can focus on one thing at a time. Plus, it feels REALLY good to cross something off your list when you’ve finished!
2) Take a nap.
As a college student, sleep is probably one of the toughest things to regulate. How can you expect to get a decent amount of sleep during the week when homework, evening exams, and club meetings all cut into your sleep time? However hard it can be to get, sleep is a great stress reliever. Even when you take a short cat-nap, your brain can work through problems and reorganize. Think of naps as a reset button for your brain. When you wake up you will be able to see clearly and focus once again.
3) Eat healthy snacks.
When you’re stressed, usually the first thing to go is your healthy diet. When you are stretched for time, or too tired to cook, a bag of chips looks pretty appetizing. However, do you ever feel physically good after eating a whole bag of greasy chips? Probably not. Do yourself a favor: skip the chips and reach for an apple or some kind of fruit. Physically, you will feel more in balance and together, so that you can begin to do the same mentally.
4) Change your scenery.
Working in your messy bedroom or apartment? Maybe you’re stuck inside and it’s beautiful out [like it is today]. Either way, a change of scenery can help motivate you to get your work done. Take your work to a coffee shop, outside somewhere on campus, or to the library and see if you focus better outside of your normal workplace.
5) Take a walk.
Exercise, even in the form of a short walk, can relieve the stress you feel. Take a break from work (even if you feel like you don’t have time to do so) and take a five minute walk around your apartment or outside. Your brain will thank you for the mental break and your body will thank you for the physical activity.
i Have been to college and i got this from my own experence being there for 2 years, and this stuff actually works also you could use this tips for unversity.