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Healthy Mind and Healthy Body
Keep your body healthy
- Eat healthy food
- Sleep at least seven hours each night
- Try to get up at the same time every day in the week
- Exercise regularly
- Get out, even for a quick walk, every day
- Have a routine
- Set your learning objectives the day/night before so you have a plan for the day. The objectives have to be SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-bound). For more information on planning check the Place and Time section.
- Take regular breaks – they help concentration!
- Enjoy your studies ant take interest in what you are learning!
- Try to maintain a positive outlook. The more positive you feel, the better you will learn, then more positive you will feel, and better you will learn... it's a virtuous cycle!
Benefit of Exercise to Tackle Depression
Exercise and Depression, WebMD
Many studies show that people who exercise regularly benefit with a positive boost in mood and lower rates of depression.
Support at the University of Westminster
Student Wellbeing provide confidential information and advice on a range of topics:
- General wellbeing
- Healthier lifestyles
- Accessing University and external support services including mental health, counselling and sexual health services
Counsellors are happy to talk to you about anything that’s bothering you, from an inability to study, poor concentration and depression, to relationship problems and bereavement.