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5 Ways to Unwind After Board Exams

Exams are a crucial part of a student’s learning journey. They are hugely rewarding and aid learners in transitioning to a new standard or to a new career path. However, they can drain students mentally as exams require a lot of effort, sacrifice and dedication.

So, it is of utmost importance for students to unwind and de-stress once their exams are completed, especially the ones who are attempting the board exams. But, how do you unwind in a way that your mind is completely rejuvenated and is ready to start studies for the new semester effectively? Here are 5 ways to unwind from   the month-long, and in some cases, year-long mental marathon.

1) Sleep Soundly

Exams are stressful. Even after following a tight schedule, more often than not, students face difficulty in sleeping. Their minds are consumed with uncertainties and a lot of if-and-but questions regarding test papers.

So, once exams are over, make sure you rest well. A research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) concluded that students under the age of 18 need at least 8-10 hours of sleep every day.

Apart from calming your brain nerves, resting well has several other benefits. The key ones are that your body repairs cells, restores energy, and releases molecules like proteins and hormones. So, get a sound sleep for hours and get ready for a new day full of adventures.

2) Reconnect With Friends and Loved Ones
Nothing can beat some quality time of fun and heart-filling chat or gossip sessions with your friends. Exam times tend to create distance between you and your buddies as all of your priorities are directed towards scoring well in exams. It’s normal to fall out of touch with one another.

So, pick up the phone, call your friends over or converse with them on the call. Lay out all your unfiltered thoughts, share your experiences about your exam journey and rekindle your bond. You’ll find a weight has been lifted off your chest.

3) Go Crazy On Sports

Physical exercises rejuvenate your entire body. Sports are the best way to stretch your muscles and make your body active once again. Apart from instant relaxation, sports also aids in improving concentration, maintaining a healthy body, boosting self-confidence, and so much more. So, pull up your socks now and feel the adrenaline rush!

4) Make Time For Your Hobbies

Hobbies are a good way to tickle your brain cells. They allow you to tap into your creative mind and explore something new. You can draw, read, act, sing or do anything that comes to your mind. In this way you’ll be in touch with your inner self and derive a greater sense of satisfaction.

5) Take Off For A Short (Or Long) Vacation

Vacations are the ultimate relaxation that one can offer themselves. Taking short or long trips gives you a change of environment and fills you with an adrenaline rush as you’ve something beautiful to look forward to, thus, relaxing your mind and helping you unwind effectively.

You can ask your parents to take you on a short trip of 2-3 days or even a one-day outing. Any of the above will do the trick. The main goal is to take a break from your daily routine and experience something refreshing and calming.

These 5 ways to unwind after exams will truly give you the much-needed break you require after the grueling exam season. It will completely relax your mind and make you ready for the next academic session.

-Smriti Sahni


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