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Realistic Tips to Avoid Study Burnout

when it comes time to take notes, books and start studying you are very tired , there may be something to review about your habits. Fatigue in studying is common among students. But being common does not mean you have to get used to it. Let’s see, then, some tips to have the maximum energies. 1. Sleep as necessary […]

when it comes time to take notes, books and start studying you are very tired , there may be something to review about your habits. Fatigue in studying is common among students. But being common does not mean you have to get used to it.

Let’s see, then, some tips to have the maximum energies.

1. Sleep as necessary

And how much is necessary? What your body tells you. If you get up and have a lot of desire to continue sleeping, it is clear that you are not resting to the fullest . If you lack hours of sleep, you have to add them, how? going to bed earlier, of course. Another way is to include a nap in your routine , but briefly, it will not be a matter of sleeping more in the afternoon than at night.

2. Maintain a balanced diet

Because they may be missing you vitamins . That leads to lack of strength and fatigue. There is no need to go to a nutritionist, we all know what it is to eat well. However, if you see that diet is really a problem for you, then you should go to a nutritionist, who will know how to guide them in a personalized way.

3. Do physical activity

Nothing better than being in shape to avoid exhaustion. If we carry out a routine that includes doing gymnastics several times a week , we will notice in a short time that we have more energy. And nothing better to sleep than is physically tired.

4. Breakfast

It’s amazing to think that a lot of people do not. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day , which keeps you active for much of the day. If you get up too late, have the same breakfast and postpone lunch.

5. Have a clear objective

Nothing helps more than knowing what the goal is. Every day we have to get up motivated to work and achieve it. If we are not clear why we are doing what we do, then we will be lost and unmotivated. Fatigue when studying and lack of motivation are sometimes confused , and often one helps the other to manifest.

6. Rest your eyesight

Nothing better than sleeping for it. But you also have to avoid being too many hours in front of screens, which emit light, or forcing your eyesight by reading or writing. The view is key when we talk about fatigue when studying. Remember that if you have visual fatigue problems in addition to resting your eyes, you should go to the ophthalmologist.

7. Reduce obligations

Do not you give more and ask yourself why? Is it because you are studying too many subjects at the same time? Is it because you work 9 hours a day and then you go to university? And … it is very probable that if your answer is affirmative to any of those questions, then the fatigue is due to an excess of activities .

But solving it is easy, like a very loaded airplane, it is best to reduce the weight. Leaving some activities can help . If you can not do it, look at the next point.

8. Lower the intensity

We must try to rethink what we do every day to try to handle it in another way. If we have too many activities , then rethinking them so that they do not consume us can be a solution.

10 ways to save money as a student

When you are a university student, this type of responsibility does not seem significant, either because you are still dependent on your parents or because there is no reason to save you. However, it is important that you know that saving opens the doors to adapt to the management of your own economy and teaches you not to waste your money on unnecessary things to take advantage of what is truly special and necessary for you.

Believe it or not, it is possible to save money when you are a student while accessing curated deals. It is not an impossible task! You should only use it with intelligence, thinking that saving is what you contribute for future generations. In the end we all want a country with better opportunities. 

1. Plan your budget

Make a list of daily expenses in which you prioritize your needs: transportation, food, etc. Currently there are several apps that allow you to keep track of your expenses, such as Fintonic and Splitwise, completely free and available for iOS and Android.

2. Share your expenses

The majority of college students live alone, therefore, saving for college is essantial to minimize your expenses, you can share a department with a partner and thus divide the budget destined to the purchase of food or the payment of basic services.

3. Save a percentage of your money

Adopt a savings program from your preferred bank or keep it in a piggy bank or in a safe place in your home, where you can not use it until it is extremely necessary.

4. Motivate yourself

Set yourself a goal or goal that you really want to achieve. A great motivation can be to save money to travel with your friends or to enroll in a university to pursue the career or master of your dreams.

5. Mobilize effectively

Save money using your city’s public transportation or transportation from your university, if you have one. If your city is small or your place of study is close you can walk or use your bike.

6. Avoid unnecessary expenses

Do not fall into compulsive purchases so you do not spend on things that you will not use periodically in your life.

7. Open a savings account

Many times carry money in your wallet, purse or backpack, only encourages you to spend on unnecessary things. To avoid this you can save your money in a bank and only carry a small amount in cash for daily expenses.

8. Recycle

Reuse your notebooks, pencils or things that you use for your study, so you will reduce the purchase of all this.

9. Look for an alternate way to earn extra money

You can take risks and undertake some innovative idea as a result of your academic learning or your hobbies and passions. If you study in a face-to-face mode, a good option is to work on your free time.

10. Take advantage of your student benefits

Your student card can give you the possibility of having discounts in some places, like in the movies or in restaurants.

Cheer up! Accept these recommendations and insurance when you realize you will have the money you need to study, build a house, buy a car or travel the world. All up to you.

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