How not to Burn out from Studying and How to Fight Fatigue

How to recognize the first signs of burnout and slow down in time

  1. Sleep disturbance is one of the first signs that you are constantly overworked. If it takes a long time to fall asleep at night, and the next day passes like a fog, and the situation repeats from day to day — this is evidence of fatigue. If severe fatigue is accompanied by insomnia, this is an obvious sign of emotional burnout.
  2. Lack of appetite or overeating can also be caused by the constant accumulation of fatigue, which results from excessive workload at school.
  3. Depression and bad moods. School fatigue can manifest itself as depression and lack of cheerfulness. Reduced energy makes it impossible to enjoy life or be in high spirits.
  4. Reduced academic performance. Fatigue prevents you from concentrating and thinking, so more time is spent on lessons, and the results only worsen.

Ways to combat fatigue

  • Rest from gadgets and social networks.
  • Walks, yoga, swimming.
  • Reduction of a load in circles and sections.
  • Set goals.
  • Reward yourself for your accomplishments
  • Do the challenging assignments first.
  • Find like-minded people
  • Remember the walks
  • Daytime Sleep.
  • Balance your diet.
  • Practice a positive attitude.

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