70% of Law Students say they needed help for emotional and mental health.

Better grades. Better studying. Better comprehension. Better internships. Better...Better...Better. The amount of pressure felt by law students continues to exponentially expand and now includes world problems, society's mental health, family pressure and the fiercest competition for admissions, jobs and internships that we've ever seen. Something we can all agree on is how important it is to make time for quality studying and analyzing legal cases. Without making a sacrifice to your schedule for studying, the chances of excelling in your education and legal path could be compromised. There are many students that decided to go to the extreme and fill all their time with studying and developing better analyzing skills. But what if I told you that you could actually decrease your study time and actually remember more legal content. When someone is stressed, panicked, or anxious the brain shifts to survival mode. When you are studying in survival mode the brain's ability to transfer information to the long term memory chamber is diminished. Short term memory can become sharper when used during survival mode but as soon as you are done with that terrifying exam, it is highly likely that you will lose a lot of that information that you sacrificed so much time for. Information will be automatically transferred and integrated into the long term memory only when you are feeling safe, calm, deep breathing and present. The long term memory data files can last forever, ready to be pulled up at a moment's notice. But if this data remains in the short term memory due to stress, exhaustion and over working, you'll have the situation where you are familiar with what you are seeing on an exam or legal case but when you try to remember the details of the memory, the brain can't pull up the information. Here's are some tips to ensuring you are not in survival mode before a study session, increasing the chances for long term memory integration:

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