If You Don’t Snooze, You Lose

Sleep deprivation is all too common on your average campus (and in your average household), but does being sleep-deprived really hurt you? Surprisingly, the answer is yes. Suffering from insomnia can lead to reduced concentration and impair your studying efforts.

Love This? Never Miss Another Story.

43 comments

Mm M.
MmAWAY M.2 years ago

Thanks, but Got the BIG "L" on my forehead due to lack of sleep! Brain overload!

Helen Wu
Helen Wu2 years ago

Thank you for Sharing :)

Val M.
Val M.2 years ago

Thanks

Fiona T.
Fi T.2 years ago

Let's enjoy a nice dream

Nimue Pendragon
Nimue Pendragon2 years ago

Sleep and rest is very important, we need to recuperate. If we don't, our health will suffer.

MmAWAYNOW M.
MmAWAY M.2 years ago

My brain goes into overdrive and then I get Stupid Silly after I sink into exhaustion. Thanks, and I know this. Hard to pay attention when you have way to many things going on in your life! Going to do YOGA!!!

Latoya Brookins
Latoya Brookins2 years ago

Sleep deprivation seems to have the opposite effect on me.

Too much sleep makes me drowsy, unfocused, and out of it. Lack of sleep makes me feel more awake, energized, and focused.

Patty B.
Patty B.3 years ago

I usually just sleep until I naturally wake or the cat licks my face.YUCK !

Donna Hamilton
Donna Hamilton3 years ago

Thanks.

Lindsay Kemp
Lindsay Kemp3 years ago

I think we knew this already, didn't we? But, on a more serious note, what does this say about people who work long shift patterns, particularly those we rely on when we're vulnerable eg doctors, pilots, etc.?