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Just five minutes of relaxation breathing at the start of each math class can decrease anxiety and increase grades. Try to make relaxation breathing a part of your classroom routine. 
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They asked us

Q: I am very influenced by my friends, and when my friend started telling me she cuts, I started doing it too. I have been doing it for almost three years, and I can’t stop. Please help.
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Tried-and-true

Research shows that practice tests can boost your grades by 10 to 20%. Ask your teachers for at least three practice tests you can do at home. Practice tests will help you rehearse what you know and reduce your test anxiety.
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This animated video will help you find the right tempo to master relaxation breathing. Breath in as the boxes expand and exhale as they collapse. Watch the video and practice relaxation breathing any time you feel stressed out, worried, or can't sleep. Click here.

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The US National Institute of Drug Abuse website contains hundreds of different resources for students, teachers and parents. Click here.

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