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As I went around the room to greet and ask my fellow students in the class for their list of skill or behavior that will promote academic success I was expecting behaviors like hardworking paying attention in class and do all your homework Then I saw one item that surprises me a little One of the students said that sleeping is essential to your academic success At first glance it seems silly to think that sleeping can help you do well in school In my mind I immediately thought of myself sleeping in class when I saw sleep on the list After all you are not studying anything when youre sleeping From my personal experience sleeping has always been seen as a lazy behavior For example whenever my friends telephoned me to go out on the weekends and I told them that I was still sleeping They would always tell me something like Wakeup You lazy bastard its twelve oclock already Another example is my parents They think that Im the laziest son of a gun on the planet because I sleep a lot They would always tell me that Youre not gonna get anything done by sleeping all day If sleeping is such a bad behavior so why did this person include this item on her list In my opinion I think shes very right When thinking about it thoroughly sleeping is a very important factor for students to do well in school The question to ask here is Do you have enough sleep Sleeping is something that our body needs Take a machine for example By turning it off we allow the engine to cool down So that it wouldnt overheat If the machine continues to run non-stop without rest most certainly that the thing would break much sooner when compared to the one that has rest Like machines we need rest too By sleeping we allow ourselves to regenerate
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