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BACK TO SCHOOL: Healthy Habits for a Successful School Year




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Now, obviously, there are many things that you can do to make sure your kid has a successful year. However, this 4-tips list may not only be useful to parents who want to help a struggling kid. In fact, if you are a particularly scrupulous student who wants to succeed in his or her studies, this list may help you keep up the good work.
These days, school can be very competitive and sometimes studying very hard is not enough. To make sure your grades are perfect, you need to take care of your body first and foremost. So first tip: good nutrition. No one wants to cook or to eat special food after a long day at work or at school. However, this is something that is really fundamental. Eating healthy, in fact, could really make a difference in your school performance. Eating healthy and natural meals help students to stay more focused during the lectures and to generally have more energy throughout the whole day. And it's not even that difficult - just try to at least avoid sugary meals since those are the worst for your brain!
Another great advice to follow is keeping a regular bedtime schedule. Your brain needs basically two things to work in the best way possible: healthy food and enough sleep to process thoughts. Students and parents need to provide themselves, and mutually, the right amount of sleep. This way, no kid will ever fall asleep in the middle of the class, thus missing important information.
And between all of this, don't forget to exercise regularly. We know that it is not as simple as it sounds, especially when you have to juggle between a lot of homework and responsibilities. However, studies have shown that kids who enjoy regular physical activity have better performances at school, so both students and parents have to make some room for exercise and sport in their schedules. An option could be finding some time slots during the weekend, walk the dog every night after dinner, take care of the garden if you have one – that will teach kids of all ages not only about nature, and possibly science, but also about commitment.
And finally, reduce screen time. These days technology is everywhere and is really difficult to avoid using it for almost anything. However, both parents and students should make an effort to turn off the TV during mealtime and talk more about their day and about what they have learned at school or done at work. One way to make sure students don't use TV and computers for too long is for the parents to be a good role model. If parents reduce screen time and, for instance, read more books, kids and young men and women will follow their example! 


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