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Sleep boosts your brain power!


There’s nothing that’ll fog your brain, wipe out your motivation or crush your tolerance levels more than poor sleep! 

Most adults need 7-9 hours a night, but regardless of how much sleep you need, quality is far more important than quantity.

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Blue light given off by computer and phone screens (and interestingly energy-efficient bulbs) slows the release of the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin. Ideally avoid screen time an hour before bed. While this may not always be practical if you use your evenings for online study, ensuring you separate your study time and sleep with a short relaxing bedtime routine will help signal to your brain that it’s time to settle in for the night.