The university lifestyle often requires students to juggle work, classes, friends and family. The juggling act gets even harder during midterms and finals when there is an exam in every class and a stack of assignments due. With such busy schedules sleep is often given low priority, although sleep is necessary to maintaining overall wellness. When walking around campus it is not uncommon to find a student catching a quick nap as the opportunity presents itself.
The following links discuss the importance of sleep for maintaining health and provide strategies to get a good sleep.
Tips for getting good sleep
Source: Oregon State University
Students and Sleep
Source: University of Guelph
Successful Students Tend to Sleep More
Source: University of Michigan
Are you getting enough sleep?
Source: University of Saskatchewan
Have you ever woken yourself from a sound sleep gasping, snorting or choking? You may suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)
Contact the Sleep Clinic on campus at 250-371-5952 to make an appointment for an assessment.