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Help Your Little Ones Fight Exam Stress

Children & Exams: Help Your Little Ones Fight The Stress

There are many people who think that children have to go through too many examinations at school these days. From their first day at school, children will always be monitored and their work reviewed to ensure that they are keeping up with national targets. All of this, on top of all the studying that is required to pass the exams, can make some children very stressed and anxious. If your child seems to suffer a lot from all this exam-related stress, you can always use the following ideas to help them fight the strain.

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If your child suffers from exam-related stress, here are some tips to help him or her. Pixabay, CC0 Public Domain.

Help Them Sleep Better

It is very important that your child gets plenty of sleep during exam season as it can help improve their concentration and thinking process. Unfortunately, all the stress that comes during exams can make it very difficult for them to fall asleep. So, you might want to help try and improve their sleeping habits. For instance, it’s a good idea to encourage them to take a warm bath before bed and have a cup of chamomile tea as this can greatly calm their mind. Make sure that they don’t study right up until bedtime either as they need plenty of time to unwind so that their mind and body can relax before bed.

Don’t Put Excess Pressure On Them

As a parent, you will no doubt want your child to perform really well in their exams. However, you shouldn’t be overbearing during exam season as this will only increase their stress levels. Even though you think you might be helping them by encouraging them to study, your efforts could actually be counterproductive! So, it’s important that you are positive and reassuring to help them cope with the stress, rather than creating your own pressure for them.

Get Help If Needed

Every child will deal with exam stress in different ways. For some, it will be like water off a duck’s back, but for others, it will be a very distressing period. If you think that your child is having a very difficult time with it all, you might want to see a psychiatrist and get some professional help. There are lots of child psychiatrists and psychologists who specialize in anxiety and stress in children. They will be able to chat with your child and let you both know about various stress-relieving treatments.

Time For Treats

It’s important that the exam period isn’t just about studying and revising. Your child deserves a break too sometimes! Plus, you should also think about giving them some rewards for doing plenty of revision and getting good marks in exams. You don’t need to go over the top and spend a lot on gifts – these rewards can be as small as an extra half an hour watching TV in the evening! These little treats will help keep your child motivated and relatively stress-free.

Make sure your child doesn’t suffer too much during exam periods by taking heed of these thoughtful tips. They may even help them do better than expected!

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There are many people who think that children have to go through too many examinations at school these days. From their first day at school, children will always be monitored and their work reviewed to ensure that they are keeping up with national targets. All of this, on top of all the studying that is required to pass the exams, can make some children very stressed and anxious. If your child seems to suffer a lot from all this exam-related stress, you can always use the following ideas to help them fight the strain.

Texts, kids, and worries If your child suffers from exam-related stress, here are some tips to help him or her. Pixabay, CC0 Public Domain.

Help Them Sleep Better

It is very important that your child gets plenty of sleep during exam season as it can help improve their concentration and thinking process. Unfortunately, all the stress that comes during exams…

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