In college, stress is a part of everyday life. Sure, as an OU student, you live in an actual carnival of a college town, but sometimes homework, relationship problems, athletics, etc. can build up quickly if you don't stay on top of things. Maybe your professor just decided to move to Kenya next month and is moving the deadline for your semester topic paper 3 weeks forward, or maybe your last plate of pizza rolls just hit the kitchen floor due to some questionable handling methods on your part. Either way, you need to come up with solutions to your problems quickly, and when life comes at you fast, stress has a sneaky way of building up within you until your head feels like it might pop. This article is going to give you 5 easy ways to reduce and manage your stress levels as an Ohio University student. Let's get into it, shall we?
Campus can be a stressful place to be while you manage homework, exams, group projects, and meetings. It’s important to take breaks every once in awhile and find new ways to de-stress on campus. Try out one of these popular spots at Ohio University to tackle stress management and shut your brain off - either alone or with a group of your friends!
It's no mystery that life can be stressful at times. When living and working as a resident assistant, stress levels can increase dramatically. Lack of sleep mixed with added responsibilities can be a dangerous combination. It is important to listen to your body and take a break from the day-to-day grind.
Freshman year of college is the beginning of the rest of your life, and it is the time to explore and have fun. A lot happens freshman year, for most of us it is the first time we are living on our own away from home, family, and friends. As a social stress, this can have a major impact on the psychological and emotional well-being of students. The feeling of being overwhelmed is very common among college freshman, with papers, books, and classes piling up.
We are all dynamite time wasters, bar none.
College is a fast paced and stressful time for a lot of students. Having to deal with school, homework, studying, team projects, sports, work, ect., makes time management important to a college student. Being a college student myself, I know how time consuming college can be. I work part time, go to school full time, have multiple group projects, and have to deal with everyday activities. My days would feel like they were flying by without any extra time for homework or studying. That's when I decided I needed to do something different to give myself more time for my academics. These are some things I do differently to give myself more time.