Stress & Exams: Four Powerful Natural Remedies

1- Guarana fruit

Guarana is a Brazilian plant native to the Amazon basin, it's very important for increase physical or sport performance, it is also recommended to promote mental concentration, memory, alertness and endurance when one must provide a lot of brain work. It contains an impressive range of stimulants, such as caffeine, theophylline and theobromine. Guarana also boasts antioxidants, such as tannins, saponins and catechins Use: You can consume guarana in the morning with a juice, 2 to 3 weeks. guarana has an antioxidant profile similar to that of green tea

2- Peppermint essential oil 

For concentration,  Peppermint Essential Oil  is an excellent support during the exam period. It is used in case of tension, The positive effects of Peppermint Oil are powerful and have beneficial impacts on interconnected body systems. It has ability to reduce pain and to stimulate and prevent the growth of harmful bacteria.
 ​If you live with chronic stress, practicing mind , body techniques such as mindfulness meditation and talking to a mental health professional may help lessen your worries and unwind your mind. There's also some research suggesting that the scent of aromatherapy essential oils may help.
Peppermint oil is terrific to keep on hand at your desk or in your purse, especially if you are prone to headaches. The use of this oil has also been known to effectively lessen tandem symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to noise and sensitivity to light.

3- Strategy during the exam    

Stress is often born of the fear of the unknown, Centering technique When stress increases during the exam:
 • Stop work. Put your copy aside.
 • Remember that stress peaks during of an examination are normal.
 • Lay the feet flat on the floor.
 • Lay hands on thighs.
 • Breathe slowly and deeply. Slow down the pace.
 • Focus on the feeling of your hands on your thighs and your feet on the ground.
 • Continue for a few seconds
 • To resume his work.

4. Speak to your Friends or Someone  

If the stress gets to a point where it is overwhelming, and is affecting your day-to-day life, try and speak to someone about it. Your university or school should have a service where you can speak to people about your concerns, and will be able to offer more advice on how to manage it. If that seems like too big a step, open up to a family member or a friend about the pressure you feel. You’ll be amazed to know that you aren’t alone in feeling like this.