It’s important for teenagers to reset their back-to-school sleep schedules, but if you have patients in college, it’s worth urging them to fall into a healthy routine, too, Local 10 reports.
Going out with friends and procrastinating is tempting, but it may hurt your grades. College students who plan ahead to study and set aside the time to sleep may be better off.
Research suggests there is a connection between sleeping, learning and proper memory function. Experts recommend that students avoid being sleep deprived.
College students typically need between eight to nine hours of sleep a night. Studies suggest they typically get closer to six hours.
Here are some sleep tips for college students (or anyone) looking to improve their sleep habits.