Unhealthy Sleeping Patterns
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I am so tired, I cannot focus on this test.
I am going to finish my work early and go to sleep before 10 so I can have energy tomorrow.
Kelsey often gets little sleep because she procrastinates her homework or chooses to go out late with friends. She is not capable of remaining focus throughout her tests or any class lecture because of her unhealthy sleeping pattern. This behavior could lead to a dramatic decrease in her grades if she chooses NOT to change her habits.
I feel so great today, let's go out to the movies.
After not getting much sleep the night before, Kelsey can not focus so she decides to go to sleep early instead. (Contemplation to Action.)
*Sigh!! I am so tired again, I need to start going to bed at a reasonable hour every night.
Kelsey feels refreshed the next day. She now has energy to complete her work.
Practice is so long, I have no energy to run.
Kelsey's good night of rest, gives her plenty of energy for the next day, but she again chooses to stay out late with friends instead of getting the same rest. (Relapse.)
Kelsey chooses not to go to sleep until late again, leaving her with no energy. She needs to learn to set SMART goals and prepare better to fix this habit and get more rest regularly.
Not only can Kelsey not focus on her academics, but it is also taking a toll on her athletics. She lacks energy to participate at her potential and alters her mood in a negative manner. Kelsey must set a goal to be in bed by 10 every night and surround herself with people to keep her on track, to solve this issue.
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