Follow these tips to help
you feel A-OK!
Manage and plan your time so work and "play" time is
how you use time: do not waste optimal/prime thinking and
creative time watching TV or reading the newspaper, rather save
those for the time of day when your brain is least
Don't procrastinate when it comes to doing homework,
projects and studying.
are prone to procrastination, organize a "study-buddy" and
you each check up on each other every hour or so
bite-size goals and time limits so you can see your
progress and keep moving forward.
helps your brain function and can help relieve stress.
as much water as possible (good for brain
a break, make up your own jokes and submit them to our joke contest!
ask questions when you need further explanations.
Understand that sometimes you won't be able to do all
that you want to do (i.e. sometimes school work needs to take the
place of partying!)
active outside, breathing in fresh air, as much as possible
(need oxygen for effective brain functioning).
Write down all that you need to do before you start, it
enables you to have a full picture of what needs to be
playing a game can help release your tension.
Exercise to circulate blood with oxygen, helping
nutrients get to brain. Also, exercising uses up the increased
adrenaline, sugar, etc. that has been released due to stress
healthy food, it helps you grow "smarter" brains!
Talk to people you trust to get the stress out of your