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Developing healthy habits as a student

Hi,

Today i will be writing about developing healthy habits as a student

Let us reason together:


As a student, knowing and practicing healthy habits will help you gain the structure required to achieving success.



- Here are practicable habits to develop that will help you excel in your studies.





Have a Routine

It is important for a student to have a routine because this will not only help in having a coordinated academic life but will have a long term discipline in life. As a student, strictly adhering to your routine will help in time management and also enhance performance in school.

Eat Good Food

As the saying goes- “health is wealth”. Building a good eating habit as a student will be of benefit to the health. Eating a balanced diet everyday(no matter how little) will help supply essential nutrients to the brain. You should avoid dwelling on junks(that doesn’t mean you should not have them at all)and eat cooked food.

Sleep Well

Cultivating a sleeping habit will also help with your health. Sleeping at least 7- 8 hours at night and if possible taking a nap helps with the brain. After accumulating the day’s lesson, you need to rest your brain to avoid excess brain stress.

Take breaks

You should always know your limit for the day. Try not to over work yourself in the name of making best grades. Discover what interest you and do them at your leisure.

Also, when you are overwhelmed or not having it, take a break and don’t force the vibe. Go out and catch some air, see a movie, hangout with friends.

Applaud Yourself


Learn how to give yourself the accolades that you deserve. If you don’t appreciate yourself, no one will do that for you. It might look like you have not achieved all you have set out but with the little you have done, always applaud yourself. Tell yourself that you have done well at all times.

Connecting With People

Learning how to socialize with people will help a lot. Attend social gatherings, volunteer, go to conferences and mix up with your peers. No man is an island.


Developing good habits as a student is not only beneficial in the educational space but will help in building the discipline required to get into the bigger world.





Chuks- Alumni Rep,
University of Bradford


























Original post by Bradford Rep
Hi,

Today i will be writing about developing healthy habits as a student
Let us reason together:


As a student, knowing and practicing healthy habits will help you gain the structure required to achieving success.



- Here are practicable habits to develop that will help you excel in your studies.





Have a Routine

It is important for a student to have a routine because this will not only help in having a coordinated academic life but will have a long term discipline in life. As a student, strictly adhering to your routine will help in time management and also enhance performance in school.

Eat Good Food

As the saying goes- “health is wealth”. Building a good eating habit as a student will be of benefit to the health. Eating a balanced diet everyday(no matter how little) will help supply essential nutrients to the brain. You should avoid dwelling on junks(that doesn’t mean you should not have them at all)and eat cooked food.

Sleep Well

Cultivating a sleeping habit will also help with your health. Sleeping at least 7- 8 hours at night and if possible taking a nap helps with the brain. After accumulating the day’s lesson, you need to rest your brain to avoid excess brain stress.

Take breaks

You should always know your limit for the day. Try not to over work yourself in the name of making best grades. Discover what interest you and do them at your leisure.

Also, when you are overwhelmed or not having it, take a break and don’t force the vibe. Go out and catch some air, see a movie, hangout with friends.

Applaud Yourself


Learn how to give yourself the accolades that you deserve. If you don’t appreciate yourself, no one will do that for you. It might look like you have not achieved all you have set out but with the little you have done, always applaud yourself. Tell yourself that you have done well at all times.

Connecting With People

Learning how to socialize with people will help a lot. Attend social gatherings, volunteer, go to conferences and mix up with your peers. No man is an island.


Developing good habits as a student is not only beneficial in the educational space but will help in building the discipline required to get into the bigger world.





Chuks- Alumni Rep,
University of Bradford





















Thanks for posting such a great article! :smile:
(edited 1 year ago)

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