effects of getting a bad night sleep

I live in halls and above me are a super noisy flat of what we can only imagine, must be freshers students.

We know we were once freshers too. But boy, we know for sure we were not as loud as these guys upstairs.

Yes – I had a friends moment… imagine this, mop and ceiling. You know what happened.

For the last week of living here. There have only been two nights where I’ve managed to sleep through the night without being woken up to either sounds of furniture moving/loud banging/screaming.

Here is what I noticed from not fully completing sleep cycles:

1. I get headaches daily (I usually never get headaches).

2. My motivation and focus is increasingly lower depending on how much sleep I get.

3. I’m not the only one in my flat who is suffering.

4. It’s affecting my ability to study efficiently – uh-oh.

Now, I am going to eat breakfast and start the day afresh. I feel well-rested as today, I didn’t use an alarm to wake up. Even though, naturally I woke at 6am, I went back to sleep to catch those missed Zzz’s.

Here’s to making sure I have the most productive day i can, in my capacity.

Published by C. De Sousa

Literally talking to myself through this blog, but enjoy.

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