Better Sleep Leads to Better Student Performance
Sean Higgins

With so many students getting on their devices in the middle of the night, or using their phone right before going to bed, driving high quality, uninterrupted sleep is key for being a BetterYou. When you think about your students, you should know that sleep duration (how much sleep our students are regularly getting) and sleep timing (when our students go to bed) are highly variable. And yet, we know that sleep deficiency creates problems for our adults and our students. So the real question is what does an improvement in student sleep really mean for student success? 

Let’s take a look at this Nature article that outlines just what a consistent good night’s sleep can mean for you and your team.

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