How to get good grades, sleep well, be organized, and stop being so lazy…?
It’s not uncommon for people your age to have trouble sleeping at regular times. You may have a circadian rhythm disorder called delayed sleep phase syndrome (DSPS). It’s characterised by an inability to sleep until late at night, at which point you sleep more or less normally (or you would if you didn’t have to wake up four hours later). If that is your problem then chances are you’ll grow out of it, but in the meantime there’s actually not a whole lot you can do about it. There are a few things you can try that might help the problem a little. Try not to use your bed for things other than sleeping, do some sort of exercise about half an hour or so before bed, avoid stimulants, develop a routine you can follow each night when you go to bed. Don’t go to bed when you’re not tired, and if you find yourself lying awake for a long time get up, do something for a few minutes (like reading a textbook, or getting a drink of water) then go back to bed. The rest of your problems are likely the