You may choose to work off your stress through physical exercise. Apart from calming you down, exercising also increases the rate of blood flow around your body, and to the brain as well. It appears that this can really help you to think more clearly and to learn better.
It doesn’t really matter whether you cycle, swim, play tennis, kick boxing, or do anything else as long as it’s your whole body you’re exercising. Sorry, Chess just isn’t good enough. Try going for a brisk thirty-minute walk. And focus on letting go of body tension. Most students return from such walks feeling decidedly more relieved and relaxed.
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