Most colleges and universities are aware of the prevalence of stress among students and offer a wide range of prevention and treatment options, including counseling, courses and therapy programs.
In addition to seeking support from the institution, students can also do relatively simple things to reduce stress. Getting adequate sleep, for instance, goes a long way toward relieving stress, and yet is something that many college students simply don’t make time for. Sleep, exercise and diet not only relieve stress, but they also contribute to better physical health — the combination of which can make the difference between academic failure and success.
Graphic created by Generations College, offering a variety of associates degree programs.