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​Breathe out Exam Stress with Meditation

​Breathe out Exam Stress with Meditation Yoga and meditation which goes a long way in improving students memory skills and concentration can boost their performance during examination, said Indian Embassy TIC Rudresh Kumar Singh. He was addressing the Indian School students during a Stress Free Studies Workshop for CBSE schools in Bahrain. The months of March and April , the season of CBSE board exams, come with a wave of anxiety for students of class 10 and 12. The most common woes of students include not being able to remember what they've studied, loss of sleep and energy, lack of concentration and frightful nightmares related to the exams. The first and the most basic act of life is breathing. Breathe is connected to the mind. When the mind is agitated the breathing is short, hot and faster. When the mind is relaxed the breathing is long and slower. Deeper the breath, more the intake of oxygen, more the supply of oxygen to the brain, it works more efficiently. Practice any simple meditation for a few minutes just before you start your studies. It helps you learn fast, and retain longer, without getting distracted. The yogic practice of pranayama or deep breathing can be the ultimate stressbuster. Whenever you feel scared or anxious during your exams, just close your eyes and take several long deep breaths. Make sure you inhale through your nose and exhale through your mouth. You will find the nervousness getting dissipated in no time, Rudresh Kumar Singh said. There was a separate yoga session for ISB teachers as well. The session was attended by the staff of the Isa Town campus. The Indian School Kingdom of Bahrain

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The Indian School is a CBSE affiliated school located in Bahrain. It was founded in the year 1950. The Indian School, Bahrain has around 12,000 students and is one of the largest co-ed schools in the Gulf.