For those of you who still study, pay attention to time off to sleep it’s necessary. Sleep can be a medium for science or material you learn really understandable. Sacrificing sleep to learn when time will face a test, it is not recommended. Thus according to studies from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), it can actually harm the academic side of the students.
“Sacrificing sleep to extra learning time, quite counterproductive,” said Andrew j. Fuligni, Professor of psychiatry and behavioural sciences at bio-Jane and Terry Semel Institute of Neuroscience and Human Behaviour, UCLA.
Researchers engage 535 students in Los Angeles that their learning activities are recorded in a diary. The book contains old information learned, long sleep, and is there a second relationship of two things. That is, the understanding of the material being taught in the classroom and how bad in doing the test, quiz, or homework. The students noted that its activities over the past 14 days.
As a result, students who often spent his sleep to stay up academic has decreased. And, did not rule out the face of exams or tests become problematic when the sleep-deprived struck.
Lack of sleep often associated with decreased night levels of concentration. In addition, the body is more lethargic and sense of sleepiness can be felt throughout the day. For students, this will be an issue when the material cannot be absorbed in brain studied.
“Sleep deprivation is responsible for increased academic problems that occur after the increase in study time,” Fuligni said.