Managing Stress by Managing Time
The college life can cause stress for not only students, but professors as well. Stress is and emotional, mental, or physical strain felt by someone. It can lead to raised blood pressure or depression. Stress is not always bad, in some cases it could be a motivator to help you push yourself. Stress is a normal physical reaction to pressure, it is important to learn to manage stress. It is easier to deal with when you know how to manage your time. Creating a schedule that helps you keep track of time, assignments, and various tasks can reduce pressure, less pressure means less stress.
A well planned schedule can keep you on track. It helps you spend your time wisely. With a schedule it is easy to fit more into your day, it also helps you be more productive. Most college students have the seemingly impossible task of juggling school, work, family, and social lives. Others have even more to maintain in short times. Professors also have much to do, with as many as 100 or more students in a class, it is easy to get behind in grading papers. College is so overwhelming, to keep up you must learn to manage your time wisely or the resulting stress will begin to affect your health. Making the relationship between stress and time positive can help you be more successful in college.
Young college students find it more difficult than others to manage. With the new found freedoms of college there is so much on their minds. On average, about 33% of college students dropout in the first year. College becomes too much for them and they just can not handle the pressure. College is very stressful, you have to be mentally, physically, and emotionally ready to take on this responsibility. Courses like Student Life and Success are designed to help prepare students for what is to come. They teach students key concepts like: being realistic about time commitments, putting sleep into your schedule, actively managing your schedule, focusing on...