Sleep and Learning for students of all ages: A Pinterest collection

Sleep deprivation is a student's arch enemy. Don't let sleep loss lead to problems with memory, focus, and concentration.

Learning and memory rely on a brain that is well rested and has a chance to “clean up” overnight.


Whether you a grade-school kid, a college student, or a continued education learner, getting adequate sleep can give you more than just the stamina you need to get through the homework and testing grind. Studies show that those who sleep well while attending school are more likely to succeed in earning higher test scores, but they will also better retain what they learn and be more capable of applying this new knowledge. Getting good sleep improves your creativity and leads to stronger memory skills, as well.



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