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Being a student usually reminisces as the most replete period of almost every person’s life. These years, filled with hard exams, constant studying, bright social life and thousands of new acquaintances, appear to have the greatest influence on one’s future life.
While busy with all that vortex of events, students tend to forget about their body state and overall physical and mental health. Though, this is the time, when the behaviour and the metabolism of the young body determine the patterns of its functioning in later years.
That is why, even though all the life experiences of young people are extremely exciting, you should not forget to take care of yourself and invest in your future health.
This is why we present you top 10 health tips to keep you strong and fit throughout the most interesting decade of your life.
1. Do Not Overwhelm Yourself
Your academic curriculum may take a lot of your spare time, which is actually quite a common thing. Though, that does not mean you have to dedicate your student year to your university solely.
If I can not cope with all the tasks I receive, I can always pay a reasonable price and do my coursework online, so I can have more time for other curricular and social activities.
The key is to not overwhelm yourself with your classes — your own well-being is far more important.
2. Organize Your Day
Self-discipline is a key to success. That is what every outstanding businessman has said at least once while being interviewed.
For some first period of time, it may be hard, that is why a lot of people create a planner notebook, where they write down all the tasks they have to complete on that day.
It is also an extremely effective method to learn more about yourself, as you will see how much time does every activity take you.
Later, you may not even need your planner, it will become way easier to keep your task in mind. Such a small habit will protect your mental health greatly, as the chance of facing a stress factor becomes much lower.
3. Never Miss Your Breakfast
Oversleeping after a night spent in front of your books or hanging out with your friends is a typical situation.
Then you wake up in a rush, carelessly gather your notebooks and speed up to the class in order to not be late.
In this mess, missing a breakfast seems to be a natural and harmless thing, but actually, it is not. Scientists claim that breakfast should be considered the most important meal of the day, as it nourishes your body and prepares it for any energy surge, conditioned by any kind of stress factors.
It should consist of mainly fats and proteins, as this combination of nutrients provides proper assimilation of products and effective transformation of energy.
If you know that you will not have enough time or any kind of resources to prepare yourself a meal in the morning, take care of this issue in advance.
Cook a meal and simply put it in the fridge. You will be extremely grateful to yourself the next morning.
4. Stay Hydrated
It may sound trite, but water in fact is the most important and at the same time the most neglected part of students’ daily diet.
The majority of people simply do not drink it, until they feel severely thirsty. The thing is that you need to drink it little by little during the whole day.
In order to develop such a habit, you can use a special app, where you track the amount of water or any other beverage you have consumed and sends you a reminder when your water balance is not complete.
In addition to this, you may acquire a special water bottle, which has special divisions that show you how much liquid has to be consumed every hour.
5. Follow an 80/20 Rule
It is completely understandable that every student has a strong desire to hang out every once in a while.
Moreover, sometimes it is hard to persist your appetite on a regular day, not only when partying. That is why people have developed an eating pattern, which allows you to satisfy your guilty pleasures and still to be healthy, and it is called «80/20».
This means that 80% of your diet are healthy foods, like grains, vegetables and fruits and stuff like that, and the other 20% are all your desires, like cakes, fast food and other unhealthy, but still very delicious options.
Combined with a healthy sleep schedule and adequate physical activity this diet shows a positive influence not only on one’s physical but also mental states.
6. Your Body Needs Workout
Sitting in front of your home assignments, sitting in class, sitting in the transport while commuting — does not it sound like too much sitting in a day?
Modern education does not really provide students with enough movement (unless there are regular physical education classes, which has become a very rare thing now), that is why they have to search for it themselves.
Buying a gym membership or even simply jogging in the morning would be a great start.
7. Cut Down on Transport
If it has come that you do not have the ability to incorporate sport into your weekly schedule due to a busy curriculum or any other possible reason, there is still a way for you to increase the level of daily movement by simply refusing the usage of transport.
You may replace public means of transport by riding your bike, which may play a role of a cardio workout for you, or simply start walking on your feet more.
Especially if your accommodation is not that far from the university building, why not walk to it?
8. Fix Your Sleep-Routine
Having a well-arranged sleeping schedule is the major factor of a healthy lifestyle not only for students but for people of every age.
Figure out how many hours your body needs (scientists suggest from seven to nine) and try to plan your day accordingly.
If your body does not receive enough time to rest and renew itself it will not be able to function properly throughout the day.
9. Try to Use Your Bed at the Time of Nap Only
It may sound a little weird, but your bed has to be a place for sleep only. Due to the lack of space in campus dorms, students tend to do most of their activities in bed, which disturbs the aim of this place subconsciously.
After some time you may notice, that it has become impossible to work there, as your brain knows your bed as a place where you sleep and refuses to concentrate on any other task.
Even though meditation has become very popular in the last few years, it is not just a newly popular activity.
It has its scientific ground and is proven to be an effective way to support your mental health. The tempo of student life may be quite stressful for young people, that is why their mental needs support, which can be received by meditating even 10 minutes a day.
And, that’s all for today! If you find this article helpful, make sure to share it with your friends and family. Take care; celebrate life.