Every student has felt stressed at least once during college and it is completely normal. It is sad that students are overwhelmed with obligations, learning, social needs, and requirements, which makes them feel tired and in a bad mood at the end of the day.
Having a stressful college experience is good because it prepares us for the adult life we experience. When you are an adult you have a job, you have stuff you have to do at home and you have to raise a family.
During life in college, you will learn about stress and you can learn how to manage that stress. The best way to do that is to start from the beginning. The moment you have a stressful day, find a way to relax. You can do that by planning each day ahead because it will give you a sense of control.
Also, don’t forget to hang with your family and friends. Their company can recharge your batteries and that is very important. You can do that while drinking coffee in a local cafe bar or play Sportcraft soccer table in the game room of the campus.
If you don’t feel like hanging out, you can have alone time but not always. You can go to the gym, go jogging, do pilates or yoga. Every activity that can take your mind of the problem is a good activity. The best way to handle stress is to find a way to relax and do it every day. Don’t be afraid to relax!
Here’s a great infographic that gives you the overview of how to manage college stress.
(Infographic Credit: Foosball Zone)