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Student stress - how to manage it

Wednesday 14 April 2021 12.15 – 12.45

Online via Zoom

Being a university student can sometimes be stressful as well as being a fun and exciting experience. The Student Health Services gives a lecture about student stress, what it is and how to cope with it.

Stress is a natural feeling, designed to help you cope in challenging situations. In small amounts it is not harmful, in fact it may even be positive, because it helps you to focus and to do your best.

However, if you are feeling very stressed for a long time and do not get a chance to recover, it can lead to both physical and mental health problems such as depression and anxiety. It might also affect your academic performance negatively.

Most students experience stress during certain periods of their education. In this lecture we will talk about student stress, what it is, how to recognize it and what to do about it. We will give you some hands-on tips and techniques and also talk about stress recovery.

Join via Zoom

Student sitter och skriver på sin dator.
Photo: Niklas Björling
 

All students with a university account can participate

All students at Stockholm University can participate in this talk. You need to be logged in to Zoom with your university account to participate.

Join us on Zoom (link to be published here before the event)

How to get started with Zoom

On Serviceportalen you can find information on how to install and log in to Zoom with your university account: serviceportalen.su.se/en-us/article/1055139

This event is part of the Matnyttigt programme. You can find the complete programme here (in Swedish): su.se/matnyttigt