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Online classes for freshers: Here’s How to Cope

With the ongoing pandemic, there has been a tremendous change in the ways our lives are being shaped. While the high school students could not get the well-deserved farewell due to COVID-19, they have also been robbed of experiencing the first year of their college life in the traditional way. Most colleges have either started the online classes for freshers of this academic session or are about to start.

The unconventional method of teaching through online classes this year has also created some very unwanted issues for the students.

 

Along with maintaining the physical health by eating well and staying hydrated, it is also important for the students to keep checking in with their mental health as well. (Image via Dexway.)

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the shift in education and office work at home has created quite a stir in everyone’s lives. It has been a burning topic throughout the year due to its effect on the physical and mental health of the attendees. The students are naturally going to feel the pressure of the rush of college life for the first time and so, it is really important for the newbies to take care of them.

In the past few months, seeing the way people have suffered due to staying in front of screen for long hours, it is very important to keep taking breaks in between classes, even if it’s only for a few minutes. Students must manage their time wisely and get enough sleep so as to avoid feeling drained all day.

Along with maintaining the physical health by eating well and staying hydrated, it is also important for the students to keep checking in with their mental health as well. They need to make sure that they are not under  more mental pressure than they can take. Continuously fixating on any screen for long time can lead to problems like stress, anxiety, etc. So, screen time must be monitored every day.

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One other aspect of our daily life that has been greatly affected by the pandemic is socialization. Meeting our old friends or making new friends has been very difficult this year. But with everyone being on the same boat this year, it will be easier to connect with each other on an emotional level and just talk about the difficulties that are arising in the classes or in our daily lives. So, do not let the pandemic keep you out of touch with people around you. Make sure to be interactive during as well as after the classes with your classmates or your close friends.

These are some of the ways by which the students can cope with the stress of online classes. After all, this year may not have turned out the way everyone wanted but it has surely taught us all the importance of a healthy lifestyle and self-care.

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