Periodic Rest

by Cathy Parkes January 22, 2021

Tire out easily? Try alternating periods of studying with periods of rest. For example: Study for 25 minutes, break for 5.

Tire out easily? Try alternating periods of studying with periods of rest.

For instance: Study for 25 minutes, break for 5. Study for 25, break for 5. Study for 25, break for 30!

If your brain knows a break is coming, you'll be more likely to be willing to focus during your study time.



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