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How Sleep Cycles Make Better Students

Posted by Melissa Hill on Jan 13, 2020 11:21:46 AM

Sleep Cycles for Studying: Learn How to Utilize Brain Features to Memorize Things Faster

We all have heard about the importance of healthy sleep thousands of times. Though it seems to be a well-known fact, even now, many people have a misconception about why it is so critical. 

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Topics: school, students, poor sleep

Wake Up to a Back-2-School Sleep Schedule

Posted by Dr. Michelle Karten on Aug 3, 2019 10:04:40 AM

It may be hard for kids everywhere to think about, but there aren’t many lazy days of summer vacation left. No doubt, with all the summer activities and getaways, your kids’ sleep schedules may have gone a bit haywire. But there’s still time to help get them on a back-to-school sleep schedule and practice some healthy sleep habits if you start, well, now.

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Topics: school, Pediatrics, kids, sleep schedules

Back-to-School Sleep Tips for Parents, Children, and Teens

Posted by Jennifer Hines on Jul 31, 2019 11:50:00 AM

A new school year kicks off in 21 days!  Where did this hot Alaska summer go?  We all know what this means...our kids' lazy, relaxed days of summer are about to be replaced with packed schedules full of class time, homework, and after school activities. More than likely your children have been staying up late and sleeping in through much of their summer-break, and getting them back into a healthy sleep routine may be challenging to say the least.

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Topics: school, children, Sleep Tips, sleep and children, teens

How Improving Your Sleep Can Improve Your Grades

Posted by Susan Wallace on Jul 8, 2019 10:48:00 AM

"Good long sleep is an awesome thing and the best cure for anything," an Irish proverb says. School performance is not an exception:

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Topics: school, Pediatrics

Balancing Sleep with Grad School

Posted by Stefanie Leiter on May 26, 2018 8:16:00 AM

For more than 17 years, you have studied from elementary school straight through four years of college. But graduate school brings its own challenges even if the 17 years have paved the way to success especially the four years of undergraduate studies.

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Topics: school, sleep hygiene, college

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