Top 5 Ways to Manage Stress Before Studying

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Top 5 Ways to Manage Stress Before Studying

Casey McGinnis, 19-year-old left, and Glenn Zara, 20-year-old, enjoy the shade provided at the outside courtyard of the Oasis Wellness Center. (Ashley Du/The Sundial)

Casey McGinnis, 19-year-old left, and Glenn Zara, 20-year-old, enjoy the shade provided at the outside courtyard of the Oasis Wellness Center. (Ashley Du/The Sundial)

Casey McGinnis, 19-year-old left, and Glenn Zara, 20-year-old, enjoy the shade provided at the outside courtyard of the Oasis Wellness Center. (Ashley Du/The Sundial)

Casey McGinnis, 19-year-old left, and Glenn Zara, 20-year-old, enjoy the shade provided at the outside courtyard of the Oasis Wellness Center. (Ashley Du/The Sundial)

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Managing stress before studying leads to more productive studying, and by utilizing these top five resources on campus, students can expect to study better.

5. Student Recreation Center’s gym – According to an article in the Huffington Post, willpower is like a muscle: the more you exercise it, the stronger it becomes.

4. Oasis Wellness Center Nap Pod – According to a Harvard health blog, a quick nap may boost learning, memory, and creative problem solving.

3. Oasis Wellness Center Meditation class – According to an article in Psychology today meditation is linked to altering mental focus and keep the mind from wondering.

2. Get Coffee at Freudian Sip – According to a John Hopkins University Study, coffee can help boost your long term memory.

1. Learning Resources Center – Scheduling a visit with a tutor helps you polish your knowledge on the subject.