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Study Like A Pro

Christmas is right around the corner, which means millions of students around the country are gearing up to write their exams. This also means millions of students around the country are stressing out, procrastinating and playing beer bong instead of hitting the books. If you are freaking out and wanting to find a plan of attack that will lead you to victory this exam season, then keep reading.

Chill

Studies have shown that even a few hours of stress can engage your body to release corticotropin hormones which will disrupt your body's natural process of creating and storing memories. The key is to take study breaks to exercise or take a few slow, deep breaths to help you get back to a stress-free mindset.

Rest

It sounds crazy but, studying when you are at your most tired can actually help your brain to retain higher concentrations of new skills like, speaking a foreign language or even playing an instrument and it is called sleep-learning. Review your notes right before you're about to go to sleep in the weeks leading up to your tests.  

Scenery

Changing up where you study can impact your focus too. Even just moving to a different room or going outside can positively impact your studying and retention abilities, so use it as an excuse to go somewhere you love to study.

Practice

Take advantage of the old tests and exams that some professors will make available as practice. Seeing how professors word questions and set up their tests will give you a good idea of what to expect and have you feeling confident going into writing your tests.


Writing exams is always a stressful experience. Luckily, Nutriair has several options that can help you get through this tough time. Nutriair Focus is a great study aid and will help to get your mind completely focused on the task at hand. Nutriair Relax is a great way to take the edge off after a crazy study session and get back into your relaxing state of mind so the stress doesn't completely take over. Take a deep breath and center yourself – don't worry you're going to do great.