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Sacrificing sleep to study can lead to academic problems

I don’t have anything against hard work – but it’s critical to consider the consequences of our choices. When you protect the quality of your sleep, you set yourself up for better health, better mood, better focus. And – likely – better grades.

How might you do this:

  • be realistic about how much you can take on at any given time
  • be prepared to drop a course if you get behind, and are sacrificing health to catch up
  • use personal and school resources to study efficiently when you’re not exhausted
  • set limits with friends & family to minimize interruptions, if needed
Have a great semester!
What other ideas help you study without getting overextended? Post a comment.

Sacrificing sleep to study can lead to academic problems

By Terry Moore

Terry Moore, MSW, LICSW is an Independently Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Omaha, NE. He provides psychotherapy and pain management to adults, often utilizing Hypnosis. He is an Approved Training Consultant - through the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis [ASCH], the same body that issues his Certification in Hypnosis.