Different people have different methods of studying. While it is best to use the early hours of the day to study, some people even prefer to work late at night because their body clock is tuned in this manner.
Studying early in the morning is beneficial as the oxygen levels are high in the morning and so, the brain is extremely alert. However, in this article, we will talk about setting up a routine that can help even such a person who is used to work late in the night.
Those who wish to study late hours must ensure that they get at least 2-3 hours of sound sleep in the afternoon. If they keep active the all day and indulge themselves in continuous studies and try to continue with this routine even into the wee hours, this may be counter-productive. They may feel too tired or sleepy to concentrate.
Continuous studying strains the eye and this can lead to headaches. So give your eyes some rest after every 15 minutes. Splash your eyes and face with cold water. This will not only make you feel fresh, but it will cool your eyes and you can easily study in comfort for another hour or two.
However, here’s a word of caution for our student friends. With exams round the corner, many students resort to last-minute preparations. This unhealthy habit immediately calls for a sudden change in routine. While you may be going to bed early usually, in this situation, you may have to stay awake in the wee hours of the morning. You may not be able to adjust to this sudden change very easily and this will harm your health.
Keeping awake late at night and grappling with subjects that are difficult and demanding is not an easy thing to do. Such last-minute preparations can take a toll on your health if you do not take adequate precautions. So, do not make any drastic changes in your study routine at the last minute. This may not get you the desired results. While most students use caffeine to keep themselves awake, large quantities can lead to headaches and constipation. So, use such stimulants to the minimum.