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How to Get Ready for Virtual Resumption

UI is setting the mood for the commencement of the new academic session. Exam results coming out, and unfortunately, the mistakes of the last session haunt many. Many freshers (or incoming staylites) are beginning to toughen up, especially after seeing their performance at the CHE 126 and 176 exams

Chill out, guys!

The new academic session is approaching fast. After a dozen months of vacation, many have become hustlers, CEOs, fathers, mothers, millionaires, etc. So, the biggest question is ‘How do I get my head ready for school?’

The answer is right here. Read on to discover some amazing tricks to exercise your brain and become more intelligent.

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Tips to Sharpen Your Mind for Resumption

The brain is a vital part of the body. It is the home of intelligence. Interestingly, certain activities could either weaken or strengthen your mental speed, accuracy, and memory. Hence, as you prepare to resume, you should consider putting your  brain in shape too.

  • Task Your Brain

With the bulk of work coming, you’ve got to start doing some good thinking. As it stands, many students are on all-time low; in fact, some even struggle with simple arithmetic.

To start with, hide your calculator for now and task your brain with those small additions. Then, you can try solving puzzles and playing some good games like chess. Remember your quantitative reasoning? That’s right. It is a perfect recipe to task your brain.

  • Exercise Regularly

Regular exercise isn’t just about looking hot or staying healthy. It also changes the brain to improve memory and thinking skills. Simple aerobic workouts like jumping jacks, squat jump, rope skipping, etc., helps to increase the hippocampus (the part of the brain responsible for learning and memory). What a fun way to get smarter!

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  • Create And Follow A Schedule

This technique helps to improve your attitude towards work. It trains you to maximize time and monitor your daily progress. Bet, you’ll need that in the new semesters, especially if you’re schooling from home.

  • Get Back to Reading

Like it or not, you have to get back into your reading mode. In the ‘first and best,’ that is inevitable. Here is a hack to handle that. 

Start by checking out for some interesting topics online. For example, ‘a botanist’ can check for beautiful species and their uses. During that process, you may make references to your past notes. Finally, you can get materials for the new session to know what you’ll be doing.

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  • Eat Healthy Diet

The foods you eat play a role in improving the memory and concentration power of your brain. A diet rich in protein, fruits, and vegetables should be your focus now. They contain necessary vitamins, antioxidants, and electrolytes for sound mental health. Here are some foods you should consider adding to your menu.

  • Fatty fish (e.g., Sardine, salmon)
  • Green tea
  • Oranges
  • Berries
  • Egg
  • Turmeric, and so on.

UItes, always remember that junk foods are not healthy.

  • Sleep

It is an obvious fact that sleep is vital for proper brain functioning. No matter how hard the hustle is, try to keep some time to rest your brain and your body. It helps to boost your memory. 

Remember, a sleep-deprived person cannot focus attention optimally and therefore cannot learn efficiently.

In A Nutshell

While you’re getting ready for the virtual resumption, you should not forget to prepare your brain too. This article provides tricks to boost your intelligence. Apply them and thank us later.

By the way, how are you preparing for Valentine’s day? Remember, the Book of Life will come out the next day. Kindly share your thoughts with us in the comment section.

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