Our study sessions and exam schedules can impact how well and how long we sleep at night. Whether you’ve found yourself sleeping in later, taking more naps, staying up late or fighting anxious thoughts, irregular sleep habits can negatively impact our lives.
Research shows that sleep is vital for our mental and physical health. In fact, getting seven to nine hours of sleep each night can make a difference in our mood, metabolism, memory, immune function and more. Whether you’re feeling fatigued, restless or both, here are some tips to help you create a better sleep schedule.