Exam season can be one of the most stressful times of our lives, so it is crucial we are taking steps to prioritise our wellbeing. Whilst small amounts of stress are normal and more manageable, understanding the physical impacts stress can have on our bodies is important to avoid unnecessary aches, pains, and strains, especially whilst juggling studies and exams. This exam season, Catherine Quinn, chiropractor, and President of the British Chiropractic Association (BCA), shares her top tips we can all incorporate into our daily routine – to ease the physical impacts of stress. Catherine’s top tips to ease stress during exam season:Start small – Incorporating movement into your day is so important, but many of us set unmanageable goals for exercise. – Try exercise which is a bit slower, like yoga, tai chi or palates as opposed to those fast, power-based exercises like interval-training or running.