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What if you can stretch your effective daily study hours from eight to ten? It’s hard, no doubt, but achievable. In this post, I’ll cover seven steps which will help you fight lethargy (plus additional steps you can take to fight sleepiness in the evening) when studying and hence increase your daily output.

But before I come to the first step, I want to make three quick points:



    • When it comes to mastering academics or any field for that matter, number of hours in itself doesn’t mean much. What matters is the quality of study you put in?

      To give an analogy, have you got up in the morning feeling groggy even after an eight-hour sleep? I have. If your sleep is interrupted for some reasons during the night, you too will wake up tired and groggy despite eight hours of sleep. And without the interruption, you’re much more likely to have a sound sleep despite sleeping for six hours.

      You get the point: quality trumps quantity. Same holds for studying.



    • If despite being well rested you feel lethargic and challenging to start, then the problem may lie elsewhere. You may be procrastinating or, worse, you may be lacking in motivation. We all procrastinate and it can be overcome with effort, but lack of motivation may require intervention at a deeper, bigger level.



    • Don’t stretch yourself at the cost of sleep and exercise. Such routine will compromise your health and hence won’t be sustainable.



Having said that here are seven steps you can take to study long hours without getting overly tired or drowsy:

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