Through the years I’ve shared different tips and facts about students and sleep. As a father and a sleep expert, I know the important role sleep plays in our kid’s lives. As parents help their kids prepare for the next school year, there are certain things you should know. Getting seven or eight hours of sleep per night can help college-aged kids stay safe, healthy and able to perform in class.
How Clean is Your Kid? Watch this YouTube video to see what real college students and their parents have to say on the topic.
Check out the below links to learn more and write a comment below if you have any questions. If you’re in the market for some new bedding or a new Twin mattress, check out the Sleep Number Back-to-School 30-60% off sale going on now (ends 9/12/10).
Sleep Promotes Solid Decisions
• Lack of sleep can make kids three times more likely to catch a cold!
• Could sleep deprivation be to blame for the “Freshman 15”?
• What’s as bad as your kid getting behind the wheel after a few beers?
• More than 20% of kids fall asleep doing homework.
Good Sleep = Good Grades
Reading, wRiting, and aRithmatic. Research shows another important “R” is REST! Study after study shows that kids require long, uninterrupted nights of sleep for the brain to sort, prioritize and file away newly acquired knowledge and skills. More…
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Sleep well everyone,