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How to deal with exam stress

National mental health charity Turn2Me has published seven tips on dealing with exam stress on its website, ahead of the upcoming Leaving Cert. The charity said that these last few days before the Leaving Cert are crucial for students to prepare to perform to the best of their abilities, but emphasised that this can only be done when they also take care of their mental health.

Coping with remote work overload

Q: I’m a member of a remote working team collaborating on a major project – and I’m struggling. It feels like everything has to be scheduled and I never know if people are even concentrating in Zoom meetings. I feel overloaded and I miss being around people. Any tips? (DF, email).

How to best cope with stress coming up to exams

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A huge part of academic life for students is exams, and with them comes stress and the desire to do well. Students react in a number of ways when they are stressed – they become anxious, lack sleep (or sleep too much), they can become nervous, lose their appetite, and have difficulty concentrating. In order for every student to work to their full potential for the best outcomes, it is essential that exam stress is managed appropriately. Let’s look at a few strategies that may help as the exams approach.

How to identify different types of stress during Stress Awareness month

April is Stress Awareness month, and Turn2Me, a national mental health charity, is raising awareness of the types of stress people can suffer from.

Less stress, more success with our first-time buyer grant guide

First time buying made easy with our first-time buyers' financial guide, a template which can help young house hunters utilise all the aids on offer to become a home owner.

Overcoming trauma of childhood cancer diagnosis

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A Galway based senior clinical psychologist will speak next month at a west of Ireland workshop aimed at helping parents overcome the trauma of a childhood cancer diagnosis.

Coping with remote work overload

Q: I’m a member of a remote working team collaborating on a major project – and I’m struggling. It feels like everything has to be scheduled and I never know if people are even concentrating in Zoom meetings. I feel overloaded and I miss being around people. Any tips? (DF, email).

Zero-hours hospitality workers experience burnout, says academic

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A new study co-authored by a local academic has found that hospitality employees who perceive they are on a ‘zero-hour’ contract, where their hours are unspecified, are particularly vulnerable to burnout.

Mental health charity emphasises the link between stress and heart conditions for World Heart Day

Today (Thursday) is World Heart Day, and mental health charity Turn2Me is marking the day by highlighting the link between stress and heart conditions.

Free stress management support is now available from the HSE

HSE Health and Wellbeing are delivering free Stress Control classes each month online via the Stresscontrol.ie YouTube channel. The programme helps participants recognise the signs of stress and teaches skills to overcome panicky feelings and tips to getting a good night’s sleep.

 

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