As soon as the exams come nearer, the level of stress increases very much. Both parents and children are stressed.
Here are few tips for students and parents to reduce the part of the stress
You should never skip breakfast. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and fiber should include low fat and low-fat proteins. Energy available from breakfast will help with the metabolic rate at the beginning of the morning. An easy homemade breakfast opt is a poha, uttpam, oats, upma , stuff chapatti , milk bran flakes, boiled egg.
Try to have Small and frequent meal. Enjoy 3 meals per day. Add more fruits, vegetables or salads to the amount of fiber they eat, less fat and for each meal.
Try to avoid high sugar, high fat snacks and eat healthy options that will maintain stable blood sugars levels Fresh fruits, dried fruit, nuts such as almonds, walnut, makhana, seeds such as pumpkin and sunflower would be good options.
Avoid junk food during the exam such as chips, biscuits, processed packed products and provide nutritious food containing iron, calcium and zinc.
Drink plenty of liquids. For this, you can take water, juice, soup, buttermilk, lassi, coconut water from time to time.
Prepare the Healthy Snacks in Evening Time. Instead of junk foods and street foods, you can choose alternatives like sprouts, black gram chats, oats salads , grilled veggies bread sandwich, almonds milk shake.
If you are awake to study till late night, then keep drinking half a glass of water every half an hour. Do not eat fried things, instead you choose the health option.
Healthy choices during eating with friends after the examination like the choice of Indian cuisine rather than burger pizza, veg. roll.
For this, you can take water, juice, soup, buttermilk, lassi, coconut water from time to time.
Avoid heavy food while sleeping, because it can interfere with sleep, which in turn can negatively affect your brain function. Therefore, eat at least three hours before going to your bed, especially during the examination session