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From essays, exams and extracurriculars to spending quality time with family and friends, students have a lot to focus on. For most young students, getting a good night’s sleep is likely low on their long list of priorities.

But sleep can impact your ability to learn, process new information, and even affect your mental health. And it’s not just the amount of sleep you get that’s important, but also the quality of your sleep patterns. That means less time spent in bed watching Netflix and scrolling through social media, and more time spent actually sleeping.

Getting a good night’s sleep can make students feel like they can tackle the day, but that’s not the only reason to prioritize sleep. Students who get consistent, quality sleep and wake up energized are more likely to get better grades, strengthen their immune system, and improve their overall mood.

Below are three tips to help you sleep better, and wake up feeling energized and refreshed:

1. Invest in the right mattress

Jumping on a Mira bed

Sleep is so important for students, and a high-quality, comfortable mattress can make all the difference. Nowadays there are so many mattresses to choose from it’s important to compare comfort, price and the return policy. Our top pick is the new Mira Bed Mattress – they offer best value for Canadian-made quality and comfort. 

Mira Bed’s mattresses offer two layers of comfort — the top layer is a 1.5-inch cooling gel-infused foam, which helps reduce body heat to keep you at a cool, comfortable temperature all night long.

The mattresses are also perfect for university or college students. Not only are they easy on the wallet, they ship right to your dorm in an easy-to-carry box in just two days. The best part is you can try it for 130 nights with a 100% money-back guarantee.

2. Stick to a routine

Going to sleep and waking up at the same time every day — even on weekends — helps regulate your internal clock and can help you feel more energized when you wake up. A relaxing, routine activity when you first wake up, such as meditation, can also help get rid of stress and anxiety, and prepare you for a more productive day.

3. Exercise regularly

Getting physical activity every day is known to help you sleep better and wake up more energized the next morning. The right mattress can also ensure that your body isn’t sore the next morning. Unlike traditional spring mattresses, the cooling comfort top layer of the Mira Bed mattress also help reduce pain in the body’s main pressure points, like your shoulders and hips.

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