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Sleep Deprivation in College Students

Posted in on Sep 10, 2023. Tags: , , ,

Sleep deprivation in college students is common, and can affect academic performance negatively. 70.6% of students sleep less than the recommended 8 hours per week, and only 11% report sleeping well consistently.

Major causes of sleep deprivation include coursework and financial stress, social media and technology, and stimulants, such as energy drinks and alcohol

Poor sleep quality has been found to severely impact grades and is nowadays the third most common impediment to academic performance after stress and illness. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine reports that students who sleep less than 6 hours a night perform as poorly as someone who has been sleep deprived for 48 hours, as their
memory and concentration are...

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Understanding Newborn Sleep

Posted in on Feb 6, 2023. Tags: ,

If you are a first-time parent, worry and doubt about how long and how often your baby needs to sleep might be causing you some sleepless nights.  And as no two babies are alike, even a seasoned parent might be wondering what to make of baby #2 or #5 who isn’t following any of the patterns of their older siblings.

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Nap before or after workout?

Posted in on Jan 20, 2023. Tags: , ,

A good nap can fully restore your physical performance and guarantee improved alertness, better reaction time, and put you in a better mood. “Taking a nap is a great way to boost an athlete's performance without getting tired” – says Dr. Amy Bender from the University of Calgary. However, when should we throw a nap into our schedule – before or after doing physical activity?

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National Napping Day 2022

Posted in on Mar 4, 2022. Tags:

National napping day is probably our favorite, unofficial holiday in the US. The day - as the name suggests - is dedicated to making time for a rejuvenating nap, preferably at work. 

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