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Thursday, October 21, 2021

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“Getting enough sleep… is undervalued,” says Dr. Bill Ju of the department of Human Biology. Many students prioritize studying over sleeping during exam time, employing 24-hour study space on campus such as the first three floors of Robarts.


Kat, one of the co-founders of Let’s Talk Health, a student health advocacy group that addresses the issue of mental health on campus, suggests the existence of all-night study spaces implies that it’s “okay” for students not to sleep in favour of continuing to work through the evening hours. “This study space is made for you not to sleep, so that’s fine, you don’t need to sleep — you need to sit down and do your project or study for your test,” she says.


According to information from the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School, sleep helps with the consolidation of memory, in which memories becomes stable in your mind. With lack of sleep comes difficulty in taking in information, reduced ability to access previously learned information, and a reduced ability to make good decisions.


Ju adds, “Students often think that that one extra hour is going to help, but I don’t think it does at all. I would rather see students get that extra hour of sleep and wake up and get ready to write the exam than to go all the way through. I have never seen great results from it.”





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