Stay Hydrated while Studying

If your body does not have enough water, you may experience fatigue, hunger, or brain fog – all of which detract from the kind of focused attention you need for deep learning.

For those in bar prep, it helps to “train” with no food or drink during study blocks. But before and after every study session, and at every break, drink water. Type WATER into your schedule!

Imagine that plant that you haven’t watered for a while. Picture how it soaks up the moisture. That’s you when you are not hydrated. So, if you are taking a study break to read this post, grab yourself a glass of water. You will be amazed how much better and stronger you feel.

#barexam, #barprep, #lawschool, #lawstudents

Author: Sara J. Berman

Sara J. Berman, a graduate of the UCLA School of Law, is a Professor of Law and Assistant Dean at the Touro Law Center. She formerly served as a Director at the Washington DC-based Center for Legal Education Excellence.

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