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Hello Thabo

  • If a person is stressed, the body pumps in or releases certain hormones that may cloud a person's judgment leading poor academic achievement.
  • Stress heightens a person's blood pressure and that has a potential affect a person's level of concentration leading to poor academic judgment.
  • An uneasy person becomes jumpy and lessens his/her concentration span leading to poor academic achievement.
  • Most stress people develop feeling of melancholy and that makes them dully as they would choose to be alone and inactive.
  • Overly stressed people develop physical diseases that may affect their academic acuity 
  • .Overly stressed people may withdraw or disengage from the normal academic activities and that robs them of the opportunity to develop their academic abilities. 
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