College Stresses Pets destress

Homework, classes, deadlines, and exams all contribute to a college student's already high stress levels. This can cause: lack of sleep, anxiety, and even depression.

Animals are a good distraction from natural evils, like stress, depression, and anxiety.

Bringing pets to college means that students will have a familiar friend and a conversation starter.

Having pets would give us something to look forward to when going back to our dorms after classes.

Our pets depend on us for food, shelter, and love, just as we depend on them for companion ship.

Merely stroking a dog is therapeutic and has been know to be relaxing and reduce stress levels.

And there would always a cuddle buddy ready and waiting for you after a hard day of classes.

Created By
Lukas Godbey
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Created with images by Cali4beach - "On the edge...." • ** RCB ** - "homework" • sidewalk flying - "Homework" • TerryJohnston - "Calculations" • tachyondecay - "My cat does PDEs" • mblouir - "Study Buddy" • Lyn Lomasi - "Russian Dwarf Hamster Playing with Family" • ed5 - "hand stroking parrot pet" • college.library - "Relaxing at College Library" • jeffreyw - "Basset-Weiner dog mix? He's a happy boy now!"

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