Student lifestyles, with many late nights, disrupt natural sleep rhythms. Around 70% of students don’t get enough sleep, with half reporting daytime tiredness or low energy. More than 4 out of 5 say sleep affects their performance.35 Good sleep improves memory, performance, mood, and grades. Missed sleep, on the other hand, is associated with poor attention, recall and reasoning, as well as lower grades, stress, depression, paranoia, and even an increased risk of accidents. Stress affects sleep, and lack of sleep adds to stress.
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