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“Recent studies have shown that adequate sleep is essential to feeling awake and alert, maintaining good health and working at peak performance. New research also highlights the importance of sleep in learning and memory. Students getting adequate amounts of sleep performed better on memory and motor tasks than did students deprived of sleep.”, says Dr. Epstein MD, medical director of Sleep Health Centers in Brighton.
Here are some tips for students on how they can develop a healthy sleep habits to perform better in their academics.