Insomnia help for students

by Martin Reed on 25 March 2011 in insomnia cures

Students often suffer from insomnia. Whether that’s due to stress or alcohol, we’re not sure. If you’re an insomnia-stricken student (or know one who is), you might find Sue Scheff’s sixty tips helpful.

Her advice includes giving polyphasic sleep a try (sleep for around four hours at night, then take naps during the day), avoiding the snooze button on your alarm, not reading or doing homework in bed, having a bedtime ritual and eating whole foods. Oh, and alcohol should be avoided, too!

Check out the source link below for the full list, and good luck!

Source: Sue Scheff Blog

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