InstaSleep Reviews Team article notes:
- “It doesn’t really help your deprived sleep status because it breaks your rhythm in your biology and physiology, so having regular sleep hours is very important.” —YoungAh Park, assistant professor in the School of Labor and Employment Relations
- “There are experiments that show that when you read something and sleep afterward and read it in the morning you remember it better. There is a foundation of memory and learning just from going to sleep.” —Bharati Prasad, associate professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, specializes in sleep disorders in the Department of Medicine
At least once in students’ college careers, they debate getting a good night of sleep before an exam or forfeiting their rest for a few extra hours of studying. It’s the dreaded “all-nighter.” While most students may feel most accomplished trying to cram as much material into their brains as possible, research shows that this is…
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