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6 nutritional tips to improve concentration and stimulate students' memory in exams


Exam time brings a lot of pressure on students to complete the curriculum while keeping it until the day of the exam, in such a case and in order to prevent exhaustion and maintain brain activity at all times, a healthy diet plays an essential role in improving students' memory during this arduous stage. A Times of India post gives students advice on how to maintain a healthy diet while preparing for exams.


 

Here are 6 diet tips to increase focus and improve exam performance

1- Eat small, frequent meals

Instead of eating the traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner, eat five or six snacks to increase your level of concentration. A large meal will slow you down both physically and mentally because the process of breaking down and digesting a large meal takes a long time.


2- Foods to avoid

Some foods should be avoided before or during exams because they affect the brain and focus, such as pastries from cakes and muffins to others because they require more time and energy to digest, as well as foods rich in refined sugar such as chocolate and sweets, and carbohydrates such as rice and potatoes can make you feel heavy and sleepy, as it should. Avoid junk food because it is rich in unhealthy oils that make you feel heavy.


3- Keeping your body hydrated

Drink enough water before and during exams, as dehydration can cause you to lose focus and reduce your energy.


4- Eat brain-boosting foods

Such as foods rich in protein that help stimulate the mind and memory, such as eggs, nuts, yogurt, and cottage cheese, as well as whole grains with low-fat milk and sugar-free oatmeal.


5- The brain benefits of omega-3 fatty acids

Plan a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids that protect the heart and play an important role in stimulating memory, increasing focus and calming stress resulting from exams, and perhaps the most important sources of omega-3 fatty acids are available in oily fish such as salmon and tuna, and seeds such as flax, chia and sunflower.


6- Sleep well

It is important to get enough sleep and rest, especially the night before the exam, as this helps keep you refreshed, retains your information, stimulates memory, and improves focus.

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