Whether you are in a school, college or university you will always be overloaded with the home work by your course instructors of different subjects, and this is because they want students to study on their own as well. Completing homework and on time is surely very important for you, as it directly effects your study as well as your grades. A great number of students take this homework on their mind and they aim to complete all their homework in just a single flow, as they don’t want it to remain pending and they are willing to do it as soon as the reach home. However, this approach surely isn’t that great as it sounds, and this is because this thing is in no way good for a student’s health, as by doing that a student faces following problems:
- Headache, Backache, Shoulder pain etc.
- Weakening of Eye sight as they continue to concentrate over a single thing for long hours.
- Less concentration on homework which would lead to numerous mistakes, as your mind would be way much tried to continue at the same level.
By taking breaks in between, you will be able to overcome all such problems, hence allowing you to concentrate more on your work and doing it in the most efficient manner, but make sure that the break won’t last long than 15 minutes; else you won’t be able to do it on time. After every one hour 15 minutes’ break is surely very necessary, as it allows your body to have a proper blood flow in all of the organs, hence allowing you to make the most out of it in the best possible manner, and this thing will surely keep you fit and fine. All this is surely very effective methods to take short breaks while doing homework, while on the other hand you need to commit yourself that you won’t take breaks longer than the time defined, else you might not be able to complete it on time and in the way that you want.
Activities that you can do during that break period
- Resting your back.
- Stretching out your muscles and also taking a walk.
- Go to bathroom.
Have snacks and engage in short conversations with your family.