Undoubtedly, physical exercise is an important part of any person’s life. It can be challenging to find the time to go for a jog or hit the gym when you are juggling multiple activities. This is why yoga is recommended, especially to students.Continue reading “Yoga: Exercises for Body & Mind [Visuals]”
Mindfulness for Students [Infographic]
What is mindfulness? In short, this is a technique that helps us to stay aware of everything that is happening around us. Using this technique, we can focus on the present moment without unnecessary emotions, attachment, or judgment.
Mindfulness can help you control your emotions and reduce stress or anxiety. Wondering how it works? It’s simple. The more you focus on the present situation, the easier it is to make decisions that work best for you.
To give you more information about mindfulness, here is a comprehensive infographic where you will learn about the benefits of mindfulness and find out how mindfulness can impact your academic performance including six mindfulness techniques to boost your concentration.
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Healthy Eating [Best Foods + 1Day Meal Plan]
Are you trying to balance studies, job, social life, self-development, and eating healthy? Feeling overwhelmed and frustrated?
Don’t worry. IvyPanda prepared an awesome and comprehensive guide to eat healthy when you are extremely busy. There is a bonus for students as well – a meal plan designed to boost your brain power and memory!Continue reading “Healthy Eating [Best Foods + 1Day Meal Plan]”
The Best regimen for College Fitness [Infographic]
Starting out at college is a time of excitement, anticipation, and oftentimes, extreme nervousness. There are a whole host of prospects that can leave any freshman filled with anxiety, from making friends to maintaining good grades to knowing which classes to take. One of the biggest sources of anxiety for students, however, is unrelated to academics: A large percentage of students greatly fear the famous and dreaded freshman 15. The truth is, this isn’t an irrational fear: Most college students will gain between 15 and 25 pounds by the end of their sophomore year. One of the main causes of the freshman 15? Lack of exercise: Not only do the majority of college students not get the recommended amount of exercise, one in three just don’t exercise at all. To be fair, finding time for exercise in the midst of busy college life can be challenging, but there are some great ways that that particular hurdle can be side-stepped. Today’s infographic takes a look at the best ways for college students to stay fit even in the middle of a dorm room. From cardio to strength training to flexibility, there’s a myriad of ways in which even the biggest of couch potatoes can beat the freshman 15.
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Targeting Children with Treats [Infographic]
On January 25, 2012, First Lady Michelle Obama and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack unveiled new requirements for nutritional standards in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs across the nation. The official press release outlines the improvements to school lunch programs that are expected to enhance the health of children at school as well as lessen the childhood obesity trend. Under the new rules, schools will be required to double the servings of vegetables and fruits per meal.
In an effort to support the nutritional standards for school meals and our teachers and students, this infographic shows statistics sharing lifestyle, consumption, and media activity relating to children. It takes a community to raise a child and we know how important teachers are to the growth and development of our students! We encourage you to help as we spread this important message!
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