6 Quick Tips to Help Relieve Stress

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6 Quick Tips to Help Relieve Stress

Inori Kawauchiya

Inori Kawauchiya

Inori Kawauchiya

Kylon Wade, Staff Writer

Having trouble with classes? Does it feel like that there is never enough time to finish what you need to do for school? Ever feel like that stress is getting to you faster than age is? Well, here are some helpful tips that will help students relieve Grade F stress and receive Grade A tests.

One senior explained what he felt was his favorite way to relieve stress.

“Having stress can really be a pain but I honestly feel like if I get too stressed out with homework from teachers then I get up and go outside, take a breath of fresh air and just walk around for about 10 minutes,” said Kyle Work. “After that, I’m good to go.”

Another great way to relieve stress is to have better time management. Many individuals struggle with keeping up time especially in today’s society, but learning these tips will help you be successful with your time management and therefore relieve your stress.

When you are working on something, do not let interruptions happen unless they are really necessary for you. Those are definitely one of the biggest time wasters.

Friends and family can sometimes be the best stress reliever for you in certain circumstances. Spending time with your family and friends that you genuinely share a connection with will relieve your stress.

Haven’t laughed in awhile? Well it’s recommended to do so if you’re packing heavy stress.  It is also scientifically proven by a brain surgeon at the Mayo Clinic. When an individual laughs, they release a chemical enzyme called endorphins. Laughter helps positive psychological mood states and decreases stress.

There might be a time when you feel like there’s too much to do and not enough time in the day and you’re stressed out about it. Write it down and number it, from most important to least. After that check off your list in order and keep going until it’s finished.

When it comes to relieving stress, think about using these very useful tips.  

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