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Good sleep helps students excel in studies

Sleep is important for students

Sleep is important for children’s and adolescents’ much-needed growth, both physical and psychological. Adequate, quality sleep in their growing years helps them improve their brain function and overall performance, including academics. While in case of adults, the average sleep requirement is about 6 – 8 hours, for children it goes up to 10 hours each night. Although anything under or above this tends to affect their health and performance.

Sleeplessness and Studies – Unhealthy All The Way

When you are a student and have a deadline hanging on your head, sleep suddenly becomes the last priority on your mind. Pulling an all-nighter before an exam or an impending submission might seem like the most appealing and appropriate thing to do. But the breaking news is that sacrificing sleep does not help. In-fact, that’s the worst thing you could do to improve your score or scope. This is because students actually need those blissful hours of sleep for the knowledge to imbed in your brain and get processed. And insufficient sleep significantly affects your memory and keeps you from recalling all that you crammed up, while ideally, you should have been sleeping.

Why Students Must Sleep Well?

Therefore, we cannot stress enough on the role sleep plays in a student’s life. Here is a quick list of how it benefits.

  • It allows them to focus and concentrate better
  • It boosts their memory and retention power
  • It makes them more alert and increases attention and learning.
  • It spurs their creativity.
  • It reduces the chances of falling sick, which otherwise results in missing out on important lectures and a reduced performance
  • It improves mood and helps them carry a positive attitude, thus increasing their self- esteem.

All the benefits mentioned above invariably help students improve their grades and overall performance at the school/college. An inadequate sleep, on the other hand, leads to low self-esteem, poor memory and retention, and of course, impaired brain growth. Chronic sleeplessness among students only makes them more hyperactive, inattentive and impulsive. That is perhaps why proper sleep equals better grades, whereas a lack of sleep could do just the opposite for students.

How to Improve Performance without Sacrificing Sleep?

Interestingly, even in case of those demanding times such as exams and submissions, there are ways students can perform better without compromising on their sleep. But for these hacks to work, they have to be formed into a habit.

  • Consistency – Just like everything else, maintaining a healthy and consistent sleep-wake schedule goes a long way in improving sleep quality.
  • Indulge in regular exercising- Physical activities, especially sports and aerobics, help reduce stress levels and make way for a sound sleep.
  • Practice Meditation – We could not stress enough on the importance of meditation in a student’s life. It helps them de-stress, improve their focus, keep random thoughts away, and stay calm during exams.
  • Disconnect any electronics before bedtime – this reduces the release of melatonin, the sleep hormone, thus affecting your quality and quantity of sleep.
  • Avoid the urge to use social media too much, as it takes your mind away from sleep.
  • Frequent late-night parties – Instead of partying late into the night, spend that time giving your body the rest it needs.
  • Take Breaks – Do give your mind the break it needs from all the monotony surrounding studies. Take a walk, talk to a friend, play a game, and do whatever that works for you.
  • Refrain from indulging in cigarette/alcohol or caffeine-containing products as these invariably affect our sleep.

SleepRite shotz® for a good night’s sleep

So to overcome the difficulty of sleeplessness, you may take SleepRite shotz®. This sleep-inducing natural remedy from the house of Nutrite needs to be consumed as one bottle every day for a week. This would help you to sleep better and feel renewed and recharged for the next day. It will help you to fall asleep naturally and it is non-habit forming. So sleep well to excel in your studies.


Author: Dr Sonica Krishan

Dr Sonica Krishan is Author and Speaker in the areas of Healthy and Joyous Living through
Ayurveda, Meditation, Yoga and other Contemplative practices. She is a leading Ayurveda
Professional in India. She is also Health Writer, Columnist, Editor, Ayurveda Consultant and
Holistic Healing Coach.

Website: www.drsonicakrishan.com

Date: 09-06-2020