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Feeling stressed is a natural response to pressure. The body releases chemicals into the bloodstream that make you feel nervous and edgy. Muscles tense, ready for action and the heart beats faster to carry blood to the muscles and the brain. You breathe faster, sweat more and your mouth becomes dry. Hormones, such as adrenalin, cause these physical reactions.
This automatic response is known as the 'flight or fight' reflex. This hormone encourages you to do your best during competitions. However, too much of this hormone can affect your health adversely.
But I have the solution for all these problems through yoga. When you are studying, at that time you have to sit for long hours at the desk and your nervous system gets stiff. So that’s why you feel lazy and little bit stressed and there is pain in your back and neck. To relax you can work on your nervous system through some yoga postures like tadasana and some spinal twisting postures like markatasana and some of its variations. There are some balancing postures also which help to build concentration and focus.
Now I am going to explain some of the postures that will help balance your system and will make you calm. 
Benefits: This asana works on your nervous system and improve blood circulation in your body.  Good for concentration also because you have to balance your whole body on the toes.
How to do it?

  • Stand straight with your feet together.
  • Inhale raise your arms up and interlock your fingers and turn your palms upwards.
  • Stretch your whole body upwards on your toes.
  • Hold there for 20 seconds.
  • Exhale drop your heels down and slowly bring your arms also down.
  • Repeat this posture for five times.

This asana is really good for concentration because whole nervous system has to function optimally for you to be able to hold it. It makes you calm and relaxes.
How to do it?

  • Stand straight with the feet together.
  • Place it on the left inner thigh upwards.
  • Inhale raise your arms upwards and palms together.
  • Hold it for 20 seconds.
  • Exhale bring your arms down and slowly take your leg down.
  • Repeat this with the other leg also.

Spinal twist
Spinal twist will remove stiffness and pain from your back and neck so that you can sit for long hours at one place without getting tired.
How to do it?

  • Lie down on your back.
  • Take your arms at the shoulder level.
  • Inhale bend your right knee and keep it on the left knee.
  • Hold your knee with the left hand, exhale and turn to the left side.
  • Hold it for 30 seconds.
  • Repeat this other side also.
  • Do this process 3-3 times both the sides.

Chandrabhedi Pranayama
It will help to calm your mind. It activates your brain also. 
How to do it?

  • Sit with cross leg with back and neck straight.
  • Close your right nostril with your thumb.
  • Inhale through left nostril.
  • Close your left nostril with your fingers.
  • Exhale through your right nostril.
  • Repeat this process for 10-15 times.

You can do these postures whenever you feeling tired or stressed.
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How do I minimize exam stress?
Be Prepared: The most important technique is to be well prepared. Start preparing well in advance. Regular self study, solving sample paper given at the end if your study materials, answering in text Questions, mock examinations etc., are great ways to be well organized and prepared.
Be relaxed: Meditation and/or yoga are a good way of relaxing the mind. They will help to keep you feeling calm and balanced, improve your concentration levels and help you to sleep better. Meditation is ideal when you wake up in the morning or as the last thing before going to bed. Focused meditation for 15 - 20 minutes is adequate.
Take a deep breath: Simple breathing exercises can stop panic. Take a minute to inhale slowly through the nose and then exhale gently through your mouth. Repeat three times and you'll feel instantly calmer.
Read the questions: When you open your exam paper read the questions carefully before you frantically start writing down everything you know about the subject.
How do I maintain my concentration? 
If you have a problem with concentration, write a timetable. Don't try to study for longer than 45 to 60minutes at a stretch. You can improve your timing by starting with short period of study, then adding an extra few minutes to each session.