How are you coping with lock down? Is it affecting your anatomy and physiology studies?
Are you feeling a bit anxious that the world is not as stable as we thought? The feeling that we don?t have control can cause anxiety in ourselves and in others.
It is important to acknowledge what you?re feeling, otherwise it creates dissonance in the body which results in tension and lights up all your neural pathways. This can sound the pain alarm.
It is vital that we discharge stored stress to stay regulated and healthy. How is stress impacting your body?
It is important to recognise its ok to not be ok. It's normal to be uncomfortable
Listen to music through headphones it balances the two hemispheres of the brain
Clapping/patting/balancing ? locks tension in and then releases it
Breathing and focus on something else whilst breathing
Pull up bar/ push ups
Progressive muscle relaxation
Last year I signed up for an e-course (on neuro-science ouch!!) and was really motivated and got 80% of it done. Then my son was off school for 4 months (a bit like now hey?!) and I just didn't have the time to continue. By the time he went back to school, I had lost my motivation, lost confidence that I would remember ANYTHING I had learnt and getting back to it became a monster of a task. It took a pep talk with my tutor to get me back on track, finish the course and pass my exam!
Need that pep talk? Just call me!! 0203 553 1060.
Alternatively just do the anatomy and physiology e-course backwards!!!
Yup! start at the bottom of the drop down list to some of the much, much, smaller units. (urinary system, endocrine system, reproductive system.....) You'll be ticking them off the list in no time and feeling really chuffed with yourself.
Remember to visualise that shiny certificate in anatomy, physiology and pathology hanging on your wall and have confidence that this course will get you there. Our pass rate is 97%.
Set yourself a time-scale for when you are going to complete the course and tell someone.
Ask them to check up on you that you've done it.
A few simple markers in the sand and you'll get there!
Gill Tree (fellow e-course student)
"These anatomy and physiology courses are fantastic. I wish all my university lectures 10 years ago had been available via e-learning. I would have remembered so much more"
- Cordelia Peacock -
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