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    A level stress is getting too much. I can't keep up I'm so tired
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    Awww, hang in there, you need to remember that you're not going to be doing your A-levels forever so it's only temporary stress, you can also relieve stress by doing stuff like meditating, taking a relaxing shower, listening to some relaxing music, taking a break now and again. Remember it's quality over quantity, don't over work yourself, more isn't always better
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    A level stress is getting too much. I can't keep up I'm so tired
    Sleep. An early night is better than staying up late trying to revise/work
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    A level stress is getting too much. I can't keep up I'm so tired
    I understand this on so many levels I'm struggling immensely and despite sleeping loads due to being incredibly tired, the stress is just making me even more tired...
    I was quite healthy before but since its really kicked in I've been catching colds and having plenty of problems body wise too.
    I hope you feel better soon - no one deserves to feel this rubbish on a daily basis
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    I feel pretty rubbish too. I've ramped up my revision and it's just tiring me out. I work so hard and sometimes I feel like my stress gets in the way, then I feel like a failure. The most important thing is to ensure at least 7 hours sleep a night, and at least an hour to your self. Don't add any pressures, and focus on an end goal rather than setting too many revision sessions for yourself. It's best to say 'I want to complete this' than 'I want to spend an hour on this'. It'll be okay!
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    (Original post by rosie.mn)
    I feel pretty rubbish too. I've ramped up my revision and it's just tiring me out. I work so hard and sometimes I feel like my stress gets in the way, then I feel like a failure. The most important thing is to ensure at least 7 hours sleep a night, and at least an hour to your self. Don't add any pressures, and focus on an end goal rather than setting too many revision sessions for yourself. It's best to say 'I want to complete this' than 'I want to spend an hour on this'. It'll be okay!
    Thank you for the advice I am trying to do that I hope it works because the past few days I haven't even been getting enough sleep so I feel sick.
 
 
 
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