Welfare and Support

Stress Management

Assignments, deadlines and university life together the social pressure to excel academically and achieve a successful career can easily lead to an increase in stress levels.

According to Selye, stress is someone's reaction towards an environmental demand and is a normal occurrence. During normal levels of stress our body releases hormone’s meant for survival which can help boost the immune system. However high levels of stress can be detrimental to our academic and personal life if left unchecked.

Thankfully there are some simple ways to manage stress. Take a look at our tips below:

  • Increased productivity
  • More independence and the ability to make decisions
  • Better time management and the ability to delegate tasks
  • Inspirational and forward thinking