Staying mindful in the lead up to exams

Staying mindful in the lead up to exams

Published: 20 November 2020

Mindfulness is simple, secular, and scientifically validated exercise for your brain.

Studies have proven that after 8 weeks practising mindfulness, individuals experience lower levels of stress and anxiety and a greater sense of well-being.

In the lead up to the exam period you may be feeling more anxious, stressed and possibly not sleeping the best either - this is all too common and you aren't alone! Get some tips on how to practise daily mindfulness so you can begin to acknowledge these thoughts and feelings and learn how to manage them.


This month is Movember. Did you know that everyday in Australia 8 people die by suicide – 6 of these are menTrue courage is about breaking out of the man box and asking for help. Tune in to a conversation on men's mental health during Mental Health Month here


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If you need it, there is plenty of support available - book in for a Telehealth consult with a trained psychologist on campus through Counselling and Psychological Services (CAPS).

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