Learn The Relaxation Technique for Students.


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While preparing for a sprint, it is common for students to experience moments of tension and agitation. However, when these feelings are excessive, they can be detrimental to academic performance and other areas of life. With that in mind, Dr. Joe Furlan, a physician, professor, and researcher in the field of behavioral neuroscience, teaches a technique that helps college students relax while studying.

Step 1.

Sit comfortably in a chair and keep your back and feet well supported. Let your hands rest on your legs.

Step 2.

Close your eyes and take 3 deep breaths.

Step 3.

Mentally count from 10 to 1, visualizing the numbers as you count. At the same time, imagine the numbers being entered into your mind.

Step 4.

When you get to number 1, imagine that you are looking at billions of neurons capable of storing infinite amounts of information.

Step 5.

Imagine that these neurons become files that store, in an organized way, all the information studied for the test.

Step 6.

Use your creativity and imagine that the information acquired is stored.

Step 7.

Without stopping imagining, mentally repeat the following sentence: “I can, I deserve it, I am capable and I deserve it”. So imagine doing an excellent test.

Step 8.

Counting from 1 to 10, bring your attention back to where you are.

Note: The exercise should last between 5 and 10 minutes.


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