College students aren’t exactly known for their healthy sleeping habits, with as many as 70% of all students reporting that they get fewer than the recommended eight hours of sleep each night. But unfortunately, these ongoing sleep deficits can lead to major problems in the classroom resulting from diminished attentiveness and concentration.
So if your grades are suffering, it might not be your uber-tough professor at fault – it might be your sleep habits! Check out this SlugBooks complete guide for “How to Optimize Your College Sleep Cycle” infographic for ideas on how to get the nightly rest you need:
As you consider options to better your sleep and improve concentration when studying,
check out the latest app called SleepSound. Not just a monitor, this will assist with sleep.
Well-researched infographic from Slugbooks