Late Night Studying Potentially Bad For Health

47ABC- As the semester
winds down, students will be preparing for finals exams, meaning all-nighter
study sessions will be taking place on campuses across the country.

However, doctors say late
night studying may be doing more harm than good. They say with college students
getting six hours of sleep or less at night, it impacts their ability to learn
and hinders their overall academic performance.

In addition, it puts them
at a higher risk for other mishaps like car crashes and severe acne. Doctors
say as people get older, it can take a serious toll on the body and has been
linked to diabetes, depression, and heart disease.

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