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3 Ways to De-Stress While Studying [Video]

Last updated January 2, 2020

After a long study session, you need to take a break. Taking breaks are essential for studying, especially if you’ve been studying long hours. For every 50 minutes of studying, you should at least take a 10-minute break. If you’re having a hard time de-stressing from all that studying, our video will give you tips on what you can do to effectively take a study break.

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