Healthy Body, Healthy Mind
Participating in sports ihas been known to improve the cognitive- and memory functions of the brain.
Exercise helps release dopamine, which is your motivation molecule to stay focused and more attentive.Various studies show that moving while studying has a positive influence on brain activities. This allows people to concentrate better and increase task orientation.
Every little bit helps, start walking! You don’t have to do intense workouts all the time to stay healthy. Go for a walk to keep moving if you don’t feel like going to the gym. This way you don’t have to study or work for a while, but you won’t hang on the couch either. Taking in fresh air while walking is good for your brain, your head can get completely tidy again.
Multi-task by learning during your workout! This may sound impossible, but it is certainly true. For example, you can listen to a lecture while walking or cycling to school. You can also read your summary in between your reps when you’re working out in the gym.
This way, you can work out and learn at the same time.
Most importantly: maintain your normal workout schedule during exam week.
Don’t skip your soccer practice or weekly spinning class. Take a break from studying and exercise. You will see that if your body is healthy, your mind will be too.