Transcript: Presented by Jil Stressed? You are not alone .... In a survey teenagers reported that their stress level is on average 5.88 on a scale from 1 - 10 (for grown ups it was only 5.1). The most common source of stress for these teenagers was school with 83 % . So let's see what we can do against it: You are not alone .... Be organized: Stress is often caused when you can't find things or loose them Plan: To avoid feeling overwhelmed plan ahead. It gives you the feeling you can control and manage the situation Prioritize: First things first ... Talk: When problems build up talk about them with friends, parents, teachers. Helps to clear your mind too Organize Organization Tips Organization Tips - Have a place to put papers for each class - Use a planner - Color code your calender and folders - Plan ahead of time - List and prioritize - Organized study area - Set up the night before for the next morning Color coded Folders Color coded Folders PICTURES Lists can help you Lists can help you Why? - more space in your brain - you feel in control - makes it easier to prioritzie - helps to break large tasks down - satisfying to check things off the list Lists can give you more free time Lists can give you more free time Why? Because you only have to follow your list and .... you are less likely to procrastinate.... Do not procrastinate "Wait, not now. Later....." Get Started ... Sounds familiar? Stop it. Do not procrastinate ... Instead get rid of distractions (cell phone?) and start now! You will feel much better once you have finally started and are not dragging things out any more..... As soon as you hear about an upcoming assignment, start working on it step by step. - Break bigger projects down - Plan ahead - Start a routine, do a little bit each day Start early Start early No more last minute starts and ... No more last minute starts and ... Eat, sleep, relax, work out To avoid and reduce stress, it is important to - sleep enough - relax from time to time - eat right and - exercise Importance of Sleep, Food and Exercise Sleep Sleep Without enough sleep you will feel even more stressed! You should sleep at least 10 hours a day! When you are tired, everything will take longer and you will be more anxious Avoid screen time and bright lights directly before going to bed Take breaks from time to time Relax Relax Breath deeply Do yoga or just close your eyes for a few minutes You are what you eat .... Food Food Drink enough water Foods that help your brain are for example - blueberries - apples - bananas - nuts Run away from your stress Exercise Exercise ... or box it away! Stretch it out! Break a sweat rope-jumping or dancing What ever it is, MOVE ...... and do not forget to SMILE! Smiling is so important because it is our attitude towards stress that makes the difference. Not all stress is bad. It gives us a kick start of energy, can be good when it forces us concentrate or to finally finish something... We have to try to see stress positive as something that brings us new challenges and makes us grow. We can do this by being prepared and staying calm. ..... and smile! Smile and stay positive
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