solution in order not to hurt my head when i study

Lebanon
July 4, 2012 4:08am CST
i am a student in ninth grade.So i have a lot of studying to do.And my problem is: when i start studying,my head starts to hurt me a lot in the back.And i can't focus.I did everything that there is need to be done.When it hurts me i walk,drink jus ,i take medicine... So does anyone knows a way that can help me.
9 responses
@llooll519 (109)
• Portugal
4 Jul 12
Other thing, are you sleeping properly? Do you have any problem to fall asleep? It can be connected to your problem too...
• Lebanon
6 Jul 12
no,i don't have any problems falling asleep.
• Malaysia
6 Jul 12
Oh yes I forgot to mention that. Do have enough sleep folks. Very very important. And the best thing to study is in the morning.
• Lebanon
8 Jul 12
actually,i sleep 6-8 hours. Is this enough time??
• Philippines
4 Jul 12
My chemistry teacher once said that it may be due to the lack of sugar that your brain needs to function better. So she recommended that I should eat some candies as a supplement for the sugar. You may want to eat a bit, especially of the healthy food like biscuits, fruits, cereals, those what they label as "brain foods" before or while studying. It will give you the right energy and might as well help for your brain to absorb more of the lessons you study. It had worked for me, I think. It might for you, too.
• Lebanon
6 Jul 12
i eat a lot of food that contain sugar.it helps me a little bit but then the pain comes back.And thank you to your response.
• Malaysia
6 Jul 12
The most important thing is YOU DRINK A LOT OF WATER!
• Philippines
6 Jul 12
Yes, of course, water. You should include that one, too. :) Well, the food factor seems to be of temporary help, but at least it could still help a bit. :D
@desiree91 (515)
• Malaysia
4 Jul 12
I wonder why it hurts in the back when you study. Is this a matter of back pain entirely? Maybe you should exercise more, go for a jog every now and then? Did you consult your doctor?
• Portugal
4 Jul 12
Yes, you should see a doctor too... Just to see if its normal or something that shouldn't be happening there.
• Lebanon
6 Jul 12
no actually i didn't consult a doctor. and yeah maybe you are right i guess i need to. thank you so much for your help.
• Malaysia
6 Jul 12
Does it still hurt now when you study? You know I've been thinking maybe because you look down too much on your book while studying, so the neck muscles kinda experiencing a cram or something. That's what happened to me a while ago. But it goes away, because it's like running a mile. It hurts the first time doing it, but after a while it doesn't because your muscles are stronger. Just my two cents.
@lady1993 (16323)
• Philippines
6 Jul 12
Maybe you study too had, so not force yourself and just read.. If you read slowly and put what you learned into writing you'll remember it more.. Also, don't forget to take breaks, and maybe a pain reliever will help.
• Brazil
4 Jul 12
I think it can be a little psychological too. Maybe you are a little stressed and it makes you to have problems to study. Try to find a confortable place to study, try to relax before it and try to make your study a nice moment, not just an obligation. Happy mylotting and good study.
@GemmaR (8526)
4 Jul 12
This is a common problem in students at the moment, because they're having to work much harder than they might have had to in the past and this means that you can find yourself working far too hard. If you need to do work, then you should make sure that you are keeping yourself hydrated with water rather then fizzy drinks, as they're not as healthy for you. If you're snacking, make sure it's on something healthy such as fruit. You should work for 50 minutes and then take ten minutes to have a break, and then start your hour again. This is a good amount of time to be able to work and you should find that it helps for you to remain healthier.
@doroffee (4230)
• Hungary
4 Jul 12
It could be psychological, too. I would go to a psychologist (a school psychologist is fine, too, because they could give you advice for how to deal with all these school things and they could even talk to teachers if they feel that they are overburdening you) and maybe a doctor to check if you have more serious health problems. Also, keep the windows open to let in fresh air. Oh, and tell your parents.
• India
4 Jul 12
listen dear don,t take too much pressure of studies,or don,t sit in front of computers too much,they will effect on your eyes that,s why you are facing headech problem when ever you will sit for start study,dont think about any thing just try to concentrate on your books.thanks
@llooll519 (109)
• Portugal
4 Jul 12
Do you always study at home? Why don't you try to study in a park or in a library? Its a different place, more quiet and if you need something, you can always call for help in the library to search for a book. For my final exams, I had always study in a park, with my dog near me. When I was tired of studying, I played with my dog for a while to give a break of study. Then, few minute later, I started to study again. If nothing of these helps you, be with attention in your class to make it easy to study or understand the subjects.