How do I study when tired?
8 Ways to Study Even When You’re Tired and Sleepy#1. Tackle the easier things first. Some may claim it’s better to begin a study session with a difficult topic so you’ll get it done sooner. #2. Chew gum. #3. Drink plenty of water. #4. Get some brief exercise. #5. Set study goals. #6. Avoid distractions. #7. Chomp on nuts. #8. Watch something that scares you.
Is a 2 hour nap too long?
A: Naps are OK. But you’ll probably want to nap for less than an hour, and you’ll probably want to nap earlier in the day, like before 2 p.m. or 3 p.m. If you can power-nap for 15 or 20 minutes, so much the better. Napping for an hour or longer increases your risk of falling into the deep stages of sleep.
Should I go to sleep or keep studying?
But while you might think it’s worth it to grind through days of hard work on just a few hours of sleep, that’s almost certainly a bad idea. The vast majority of people are much better off with an extra hour of sleep instead of an extra hour of studying.