(by Mariana Sequeda S., undergraduate Social Communication student. Level 4 English)
We all know that stress is produced by many factors, like: not sleeping enough, academic pressure, and depression. All of these factors can have negative effects if you don’t organise your time.
Sometimes we have subjects in our degrees that we don’t like, and the class is so boring because we don’t understand what the teacher is saying. All we have to do is to try our best to pay attention. If we don’t do that, we will probably suffer from stress.
How can you control that? Easy.
* If you don’t understand a subject, ask for help.
* Take it easy. Organising yourself with a timetable is a great idea.
* Do exercise. It makes you think about other things and helps you with your health.
If you do these things, you will probably control your stress. Stress is a part of all the activities that people do every day, but it is important to say that it’s possible to combat it.
Good luck fighting stress!