By learning about common stressors, a parent can help to mitigate negative or chronic stress in a child’s life.Students who don’t have healthy sleeping habits or don’t get enough sleep at night are more likely to feel stressed than students who get plenty of sleep, according to the National Sleep Foundation.Stress is the body’s natural response to challenges.
Foods that can increase stress levels in students include those that are high in fat, caffeine, sugar and refined carbohydrates, which is the case with many types of convenience, processed and fast foods.
Examples of stress-inducing foods are sodas, energy drinks, donuts, candy bars, processed snack foods, white bread, and French fries.
A healthy diet that helps to reduce stress includes foods that are low in fat and high in fiber and complex carbohydrates.
Such foods include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and lean proteins.
Sleep allows a student’s body and brain to recharge, and it helps to keep the immune system strong.
Inadequate amounts of sleep can make a child more aggressive and limit his ability to learn, concentrate and solve problems.
If you fail in college you hurt not only yourself, but you or your parents pocket book.
Also college decides your future career and paycheck.
Stressors can be a multitude of things that worry people most in their life.
I will list and explain a few examples that cause stress, things that stress me, and how to manage it in the best way possible.