Covid 19 Never seen Before Situation.
Owing to the outbreak of the virus several examinations were postponed and now, the Nimcet exam to be scheduled between 9th August 2020.
The conditions created due to the coronavirus pandemic has stressed students beyond the academic concerns and the postponement for college exams, competitive exams have only added to the pressure.
To deal with the anxiety, NIMCET aspirants can follow certain tips to calm themselves and prepare for the exams.
Here are a few important tips to de-stress NIMCET aspirants during the lockdown:
1. Socialise with friends
If you are feeling stressed about your exams, the chances are that your friends appearing for exams feel the same. Take some time to socialise, and talk to friends about your worries. Sometimes it is easier to relax once you have expressed what troubles you.
This phase should be effectively used for quick run through short notes and concepts. You don’t need to hold a party as social distancing protocols don’t allow for it but you can certainly video call a few friends and have a long conversation!
The idea is to strengthen the concepts and their application by exchange of words with like-minded friends.
Do not sit for long hours at a stretch, but instead take small and frequent breaks. These intervals are essential for the brain to assimilate, retrieve information and revive the energy. There may be many distractions and thoughts running concurrently.
Maintain calm and stay focused with determination. Students should enjoy the exam and its preparation positively.
2. Indulge in yoga
Whether it’s a home workout, yoga, meditation or even taking a walk around the house, it is important that you find the time to fit some exercise into your day.
When it is time to revise, you might think that exercising is a waste of valuable time, but being active will make you feel a whole lot better.
Physical activity is known to reduce overall stress levels, and can relieve tension and anxiety. Even if you decide to dedicate just an hour out of your day to exercise it can help you to de-stress, improving your concentration once
4. Feel grateful
Practice gratitude. Despite this being one of the most testing times in history, many studies I have read over the years prove that giving thanks/practicing gratitude for everyday simple things we often take for granted.
This can be things such as sleeping in a warm comfy bed, Facility to educate yourself for better future , Still safe and protected during this global pandemic situation and having friends and family that love us.
Just spending a few moments each day to acknowledge these things and feeling a sense of love and gratitude for them are shown to support mental well being.
5. Take a deep breath
It seems obvious that breathing is just something we do, but most of us don’t use the breath as a way of controlling our inner peace.
Before you eat a meal, focus on doing some deep belly breathing to help reduce anxiety and stress.
Try to use your inner breathing as a way of controlling the fire (anxiety and stress) just holding your tummy and breathing slowing and deeply into it throughout the day will help you to feel more peaceful and helps keep our body in a more alkaline state – which is better for your immune health.
Here We discuss Tips only for your Mental and Physical Health In previous articles we have discuss how to study and mange your time table for NIMCET Exams