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The long summer vacation is now over. The bright sun is gone and the cool autumn rains have come to greet you. It’s that time of year again, when we all make a fresh start. But, there are also some big changes ahead: you’re going back to school! Why? Because your routine is getting dull and your focus on learning needs a refresh. Cultivating a healthy lifestyle is essential when crafting the perfect educational experience for yourself.
Have you updated your living habits yet? Are you getting enough sleep? Is your eating regimen working for you? Are your vitamins up to date? Remember the more you know about nutrition, the easier it will be for you to achieve your fitness goals. Here are some tips from this article that will help make sure you’re keeping pace with the competition during this next school year.
Start the day with a positive attitude
Welcome back, students! It’s time to go and face the new year. The school year is here, and it can be a challenge. People go through different challenges when they move back to school after summer break. It’s a whole new routine with new challenges, but there are also some challenges that make you lose some energy or get tired faster than usual.
Try to get those thoughts out of your head summer is over and it’s time for us to strive for new goals. Wake up with a good mind, fight like a warrior, and conquer the world!
Start your mornings earlier
A long summer vacation will disturb your rest time, you will start the morning later than usual. But today will be different, you are about to start going back to school. The morning is tough for students and teachers who have to wake up early. But when you are starting a new school year and going back to class, it’s even tougher! Have you ever wondered why successful people wake up early? It seems like a silly question, right? Of course you have. Every successful person has asked themselves this question when they were younger and understand the importance of waking up early. Successful people are not destined to success they work hard at achieving their goals and dreams. There’s really no way around it they want it, they want more of it, and they value getting it done in spite of any obstacles that get in their way.
Go to bed earlier
Go to bed early to prevent being tired in the morning. A recent study conducted by scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) showed that students who set their alarm at late night hour 7:30 am have less energy than those who go to bed earlier. Morning classes can be hard for students especially for those who have trouble sleeping early and having low energy during school days. It’s necessary for students to sleep early and wake up after an 8-hour rest so they will have enough energy to attend their classes.
The study also showed that people who had a good night’s sleep had more favorable attitudes towards their academic performance, higher grades, and improved test scores than those who got less than six hours of sleep per night during the week before taking their tests. The researchers found that students who had a good night’s sleep scored better on tests than those students who got less than six hours of sleep per night before being tested.
In addition, people who had a good night’s sleep were more likely to enjoy learning about new things during class or even attending class lectures,” said Dr. Janna Lunsford, professor of psychology at UW Madison.”
Get enough sleep
Summer and vacations are a perfect time to catch up on your hobbies and recreational activities. However, you should not ignore the fact that your body needs rest for the body’s organs to recover. Going back to school after a long break can make you feel sluggish and tired of school work even before starting the term’s class schedule. Therefore, it is recommended that students should spend 8 hours to 10 hours in bed every day for their health and body improvement so as not to fall behind in the classroom or even flunk an entire semester. Also, sleep with some light music in mind so it will help you relax! And when you need to study, remember to take light snacks at room temperature or cold snacks so your stomach won’t hurt from overworking within 2 hours.
Buy a new alarm clock and keep it well away from your bed
Each year, students are faced with a challenge: return to school when their bodies say they’re still on vacation. School hours can start as early as 8 in the morning and many students have to adjust their sleep patterns so that they rise before this time. Getting out of bed early can be difficult for some students, but it’s important that you set yourself up for success. Eating breakfast is a must before moving on to your next task in the morning. So, an alarm clock is always an indispensable companion for students during this time.
Eat healthy foods and drink plenty of water
Students are usually busy in their daily lives, they can’t always remember to eat something before they go back to school. Many people make the fatal mistake of taking meals too lightly. To be successful, the first thing is that we need to be healthy, to have good health, in addition to the exercise regime, eating enough and drinking enough water is essential. Students too, in order to be able to race for knowledge, they also need to be in good health. Besides studying, eating enough and drinking enough water is what you should pay attention to to have a healthy body. With health we can do anything!
You should know that there are many ways to stay healthy. Some include: exercising regularly (at least 30 minutes every day), drinking enough water (8 glasses per day), eating a balanced diet of fruits and vegetables as well as whole grains and low fat dairy products (1/4 cup for women or 1/2 cup for men). You should also make sure that you get enough rest each night by going to bed at a reasonable time and waking up at an adequate hour the next morning so that you will feel refreshed rather than tired throughout the day which will result in being more productive all throughout your studies thus making them easier as well as enjoyable!
Limit time spent on technology
Technology is indispensable in modern life and it is one of the largest investment for your child’s future. Last summer vacation, students were pampered by their parents for the use of technology such as social networking, watching movies or more interestingly, online games. It’s time for parents to limit their children’s use of technology too much to focus on the new school year. Children can use technology, but only to an extent that it is used for learning. Limit your kids’ entertainment with technology and promote physical activity in place.
One way that you can encourage physical activity is by having them play outside with friends and family members. This will help your kid develop social skills as well as physical skills like running and jumping. Another way is to get them involved with sports activities such as basketball, baseball or soccer. These are all team-based activities which help children learn how to work together with others towards a common goal (winning). They also help improve motor skills like running fast or jumping high enough so that they can reach their goal before anyone else does! In addition to these activities, make sure that you are setting a good example for your child by being physically active yourself!
Shop for school supplies early so you don’t have to scramble
Parents and students are both busy with their summer activities, but before going back to school, parents should take the time to buy school supplies as soon as possible. Because the time to return to school is near, supermarkets and bookstores will be crowded with buyers, it will take time for us to wait in line. The first day of school after the summer break is approaching fast. We all want our children (and ourselves) to be ready for the new semester and get through their classes on time, after all cramming for midterms is not fun.
It can be difficult to get ready for back-to-school shopping quickly. If you don’t plan ahead, you may not even know what kind of supplies your child needs until they show up at school on the first day of class. Since kids grow so fast these days (and some kids actually outgrow their old clothes), it’s important that parents think about how much gear they need for this upcoming season and stock up early on.
Take a walk in the morning, afternoon or evening just to get some exercise under your belt
Students should take advantage of getting up early in the morning to do light exercise such as walking before breakfast. It will help them to be more motivated. Or they can also take time off after school in the afternoon, or a little exercise in the evening to let their body get used to it after a long summer break.
Students who want to get into shape should start by practicing a few simple exercises that they can do anywhere, like squats and pushups. They can also try walking or running for as long as they like.
In addition, students should also make sure that they go outside and enjoy nature every day. This activity can help them relieve stress, improve concentration and focus, increase alertness and attention span, improve mood and reduce depression levels among other things.
Plan for study, rest and play
Students who return to school for a new term to start will find that they have less time than they think. In fact, several studies show that students need around seventy percent more time in school every day than they expect. This is because of the increase in homework, extracurricular activities, and athletics participation that goes on. Students will likely find it necessary to form a study plan with the assistance of their parents and teachers alike.
In order to make sure that students are not overwhelmed by their workloads, parents should work together with teachers and administrators to figure out what works best for their children’s schedules. If a student has been involved in sports or other activities outside of school hours, then parents should allow them more flexibility with regard to when they can participate in those activities during the week.
This list is an excellent starting point for parents who are concerned about their child’s transition period and trying to help them cope with it. As children grow older, they face seemingly endless changes in their lives. They change friendships, hobbies, schools, and even their primary caregiver (usually from their parent to a daycare). In addition to all of the stress that this can cause kids, some of them develop anxiety or depression due to these changes they are facing and need guidance and support from the parent in order to get past the difficult time.