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How to stay awake

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How to Stay Up All Night: For Work Studying and More  Sometimes the dreaded all-nighter just cant be avoided. Maybe you have a new job working night shifts its finals week or youre having a sleepover party. Regardless of your reasons staying up all night is tough.  Human sleep patterns follow natural circadian rhythms. Your circadian rhythms are like internal clocks affecting the way you think feel and behave throughout the day. Circadian rhythms are based on the lightness or darkness of your en

How to Stay Up All Night: For Work Studying and More Sometimes the dreaded all-nighter just cant be avoided. Maybe you have a new job working night shifts its finals week or youre having a sleepover party. Regardless of your reasons staying up all night is tough. Human sleep patterns follow natural circadian rhythms. Your circadian rhythms are like internal clocks affecting the way you think feel and behave throughout the day. Circadian rhythms are based on the lightness or darkness of…

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When you start to feel tired, that's usually the cue to go to bed and get some shut-eye. Sometimes, however, you have to stay awake, whether it's for a late-night shift at work, an early-morning class, or a sleepover. Your first instinct...

How to Stay Awake in a Boring Class! – The Anti-Boring Academic Life Coach

Do you ever find yourself sleeping in class? Or struggling NOT to sleep? Ugh. It’s the worst feeling. A client of mine was recently accused by his math teacher of sleeping in class. We spent part of our session discussing the cause, and what he might do about it. Check out the video: Check […]

16 Tips for Staying Awake When You're Tired...need to keep these in mind the next time finals roll around

While there's an art to surviving the all-nighter, there's also an art to staying awake throughout the day when you're operating on little to no sleep. In 1964, the record for sleep deprivation was set by 17-year-old Randy Gardner, who stayed awake for an incredible 264 hours and 12 minutes. Now while we're not out to challenge Randy for his title, we can certainly look to him for inspiration in beating back our own fatigue.