This is Why Students Shouldn't Pull All-nighters πŸ’€ ...


It may seem like an obvious choice to pull an all-nighter the next time an assignment is due and you haven't started...but wait - think again!

Here's just a few reasons why you shouldn't resort to staying up all night to finish something!

1. You Develop Poor Time-management Skills

Getting into the habit of staying up all night to study or finish various assignments is a really easy way to end up with poor time-management skills.

It comes down to the simple fact that you're not spreading out your study time as it's needed and therefore you won't have the ability to manage your time!

The best way to solve this is to make a study schedule or table, marking out certain days and exact time you will study for.

This will help you get into the habit of managing your time much more than pulling an all-nighter will!

2. Your Brain Probably Won't Co-operate

It won't come as any surprise that your brain starts to shut down around the same time each night (probably early to late evening for most people).2

This is because it's used to working hard during the day and then relaxing and unwinding in the evening when you're at home.

So basically if you start studying in the evening, it could be incredibly hard to concentrate because your brain thinks work time is over for the day!

3. You Lose Precious Sleep

The most obvious problem with pulling all-nighters is that you will most definitely lose plenty of precious sleep!

Although some may not think this is a deal-breaker, it's said that we need at least eight hours of decent shut-eye for a reason.

Sleeping for a long length of time gives our brain time to get rid of unimportant data from the day that we don't need and allows us plenty of time to physically rest so that we feel fresh and rejuvenated in the morning!

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