5 Ways To Prevent Academic Fatigue

5 Ways To Prevent Academic Fatigue

Posted By: charleybrown Posted On 2 May 2018

Almost every student feels at some point exhausted by everything that’s going on. It is natural to feel tired and burned out, especially if someone’s juggling academic studies, family and work responsibilities all at the same time. Many even think of dropping out of college. There are ways to avoid academic fatigue by managing your energy and time efficiently.

Here are five useful fatigue fighters:

Stay Healthy:

Taking care of health is crucial in avoiding fatigue. A daily routine of good sleep, good diet and exercise have been shown to decrease symptoms of mild to moderate depression. When students don’t have the motivation of their own, it’s best to find an exercise buddy who can persuade one to participate in a group activity outdoors. Hydration is another vital area that can go a long way. A little self-care and yoga can ease anxiety.

Follow Your Schedule:

Everybody’s personal clock works differently. Students should keep an activity log for a few days and note down the time when the body feels most energetic and displays mental clarity. Structuring activities by prioritizing the hard stuff during the time the mind is sharpest will help in creating a personalized schedule.

Take a Break:

Most students slog on assignments for long hours that don’t necessarily turn productive. On the contrary, a good break can boost efficiency. If there are multiple things to be taken care of, call us and ask, can I pay someone to take my online class? When students try stepping away from things for some time, they come back stronger, refreshed and more focused. Students should also be around positive people and embrace relationships that inspire and motivate good thoughts.

Stop Constant Multitasking:

Sometimes students try to do it all and forget that work is infinite and there’s always more to do. It’s best to remember that there are only 24 hours in a day and one should try to focus only on the most critical tasks.


After a hectic day, it’s crucial to do something that can reboot your energy levels. Anything like a nap, snack, or a walk may help in recharging the mind, body, and soul. Students should explore what works for them and build it into their daily schedule.