Finals are a stressful time whether you are a freshman or a well-seasoned senior. With late (sometimes sleepless) nights, our bodies are simply exhausted and this is inevitably reflected in our test scores. Finals are inescapably hard on the mind, but they do not need to be stressful. Here are some ideas to keep your body well rested and your noggin sharp.
Have you ever found yourself plugging in your headphones and hitting play on your favorite album when getting ready to work on a project? Turned on a sound track of ocean waves to help you get to sleep? Or even noticed your mood lift when listening to upbeat music on your drive to work?
There are a wide range of potential sources, symptoms, and degrees of severity of headaches. For the large majority of the population, headaches are fleeting and typically not too severe. Here are a few treatments you can do at home or on the go to help alleviate the symptoms of your headache.
Known as an ancient healing method that incorporates gradually pressing key points with your fingers on your body, acupressure relieves energy blockages to promote healing. This practice is important because the energy flows connected in 20 different pathways affect all functions in your body — your mindset, ability to focus, and your breath. With hundreds of pressure points, the practice of acupressure can seem overwhelming. We’ve picked a few points for you to consider working into your wellness routine.