Healthy Life for JEE Preparation

JEE Preparation – it is essential and tough too. Cracking JEE is important, but, does it require you to sacrifice your health and life for it? Certainly, your answer will be NO. Keeping good health is really important else everything will be useless. The problem is that sometimes it can feel like a matter of life and death. It can seem that huge. This is a point where aspirants start sacrificing their health by not paying any attention to it.

JEE is not something which needs 15-18 hours to study a day and cut off from hobbies and outside world. This exam is not there to convert students into robots. It is to build great and successful future citizens who will later set examples for others. Through this article, I am only trying to make this tedious phase of your life well balanced and full of fun. After all, you are not a machine. You are not programmed to just solve questions, read books, and do nothing else. The mind gets exhausted after long hours of such mental activity. Hence, it is of no use to study when your mind is not receiving. Relaxing can refresh you and increase your interest in studies. Refreshing activity can be anything you like, such as playing some kind of game, walking outside, painting, or whatever helps you relax.

The main factor that will help you crack the JEE is not studying lots of books, but your actual interest in the subject. If you think of your studies as a burden then nothing good will happen. Eventually, you will lose your interest in studying and will start ignoring your schedule. Don’t cram while preparation. If it were a test of your learning ability JEE organizers could have devised an easier way of reaching that goal.

Unless you are physically fit, you can’t study well. You must always take precautions to stay well, especially when it is about food and hygiene. Avoid junk food and include fruits and vegetables in your diet. Live a self-disciplined life and you will find all the good things happening to you. Self- discipline includes your studies, your behaviour towards people around, punctuality, and other habits. Stay positive and keep learning.

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