Symptoms of Back-to-School Syndrome and How to Deal with It As the start of school approaches, many students begin to experience an anxiety symptom called “back-to-school syndrome.” Back-to-school syndrome is a common psychological disorder, which mainly manifests as anxiety, insomnia, loss of appetite, headaches and other symptoms, which brings great trouble to students\’ study and life. This article will detail the symptoms of back-to-school syndrome and provide some effective ways to deal with it. How to deal with back-to-school syndrome 1. Symptoms of back-to-school syndrome Anxiety symptoms: Students will have worries, tension, irritability and other emotions. They often cannot concentrate on studying and are easily distracted. Insomnia symptoms: Students may have sleep problems such as insomnia, early awakening, and excessive dreams, which may lead to poor mental state and affect their study and life. Symptoms of loss of appetite: Students may experience symptoms such as loss of appetite, indigestion, nausea, etc., which affects their health and nutritional intake. Headache symptoms: Students may suffer from headaches, dizziness, eye fatigue and other uncomfortable symptoms, which affects their learning and quality of life. 2. How to deal with back-to-school syndrome: Adjust work and rest time: One week before the start of school, students should gradually adjust their work and rest time to ensure adequate sleep time and a reasonable wake-up time to avoid sleep problems before the start of school. Increase exercise: Appropriate exercise can relieve anxiety and enhance physical fitness. Students can increase the amount of exercise before school starts, such as walking, running, swimming, etc., to maintain physical health and emotional stability. Arrange time reasonably: Students should make a reasonable study plan before the start of school and arrange time reasonably to avoid excessive fatigue and stress. At the same time, you can participate in more extracurricular activities, increase your interests and hobbies, and relieve study pressure. Diet adjustment: A reasonable diet can enhance physical fitness and immunity. Before school starts, students can eat more foods rich in protein, vitamins and minerals, such as fish, meat, eggs, milk, fruits, vegetables, etc., and eat less greasy and spicy foods. Seek help: If students experience severe symptoms of anxiety, they can seek professional psychological counseling. Psychological counselors can provide some effective psychological treatments, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, psychological counseling, etc., to help students relieve anxiety and restore physical and mental health. In short, back-to-school syndrome is a common psychological disorder, but as long as students adopt effective coping methods, they can alleviate the symptoms, maintain physical and mental health, and welcome a new learning life.