Sleep + Academics
Bump your grade up with some sleep. Adequate sleep allows students to perform 30% better academically.
Sleep, learning, and memory are complex phenomena that are not entirely understood. However, animal and human studies suggest that the quantity and quality of sleep have a big impact on learning and memory.
Research suggests that sleep helps learning and memory in two distinct ways.
- A sleep-deprived person cannot focus attention optimally and therefore cannot learn efficiently.
- Sleep itself has a role in the consolidation of memory, which is essential for learning new information.
Check out the Sleep-Learning platform to LEARN WHILE YOU SLEEP.