The Importance of Sleep


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Getting enough sleep, and of good quality is important to everyone. Students can experience disrupted sleep for a number of reasons, including studying late for exams, or working part-time at awkward times.

If you have no medical complaint but are having problems sleeping or falling asleep, here are some tips on how to improve the quality of your sleep.

Sleep disturbance can also be an indication that something is wrong, either physically, emotionally, or mentally. If your sleep continues to be disturbed you should contact your GP and tell her or him your symptoms.



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Date created: 06 Mar 1996
Last updated: 06 Mar 1996

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