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SURNAME 1Student’s NameInstructor’s NameInstitutional AffiliationDateTopic: annotated bibliography about sleep and anxietySource 1:Brody, Jane E. "An Underappreciated Key to College Success: Sleep."The New YorkTimes(2018).Summary:According to Brody Jane, the habit of sleep should take place every day. People don'tneed to sleep on weekends only but every day of the week. Sleep plays an essential role incontributing to a healthy life. Research and studies about the importance of sleep have shownthat sleep quality among students would always enable them to perform better and increase theirchances of graduating.Evaluation:Practicing good sleep is like practicing good hygiene. Every person needs to go to bedand then wake daily at approximately the same time, even during the weekends when they couldbe off their duties. When students get good sleep, they will manage stressful conditions andanxiety that might affect their performance. Most students who experienced anxiety
SURNAME 2demonstrated symptoms of sleep deprivation, and to correct their situation, they needed to getenough sleep.Analysis:Students who get enough sleep increased their concentration and stayed more focused.This is because getting enough sleep help students not only to fix but also to consolidate theirmemories. When the decay of their memories is prevented through every day's sleep, they wouldbe able to recharge their mind and body and stay alert during teaching and learning activities,thus performing better in their class works.Source 2:Bono, Tim. ‘Sweet Dreams’When likes aren't enough: A crash course in the science ofhappiness. Grand Central Life & Style, 2018.

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Term
Fall
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Mr. Njoroge
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