Try and get out when you can - whether it's for sociability or studying
When deadlines sneak up on us, it’s very easy to become reclusive. The pressure to succeed leads us to prioritise our work and neglect every other aspect of our lives. However, deadlines and the stress that is synonymous with them is one of the few components of university life that 100% of students can relate to. So instead of suffering alone, round up your pals for a group library session. It’s a great way to curb that study-induced isolation and you’ll feel naturally supported – not to mention surrounded by a group of people to bounce your ideas off of. And if the weather is decent (on the rare occasion that it is in Britain), maybe try working outside, or at the very worst, in a cafe or a coffee house. The change of scenery alone will help to refresh and stimulate your mind, and it’ll feel so much better than working in your stuffy dorm room.