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You have an early morning meeting for which you must be in tip-top shape.

You have a critical exam scheduled for 10:00 a.m..

In either case, you already know that a good night’s sleep is essential for your best possible performance.

But, you should also know that an alarm clock going-off while your in the middle of a sleep cycle may actually lower your performance.

Research shows that most of us sleep on roughly 90 minute cycles and we do better with only four cycles rather than four-and-a-half or five cycles instead of five-and-a-half – even though that might seem counter-intuitive to some. will help you figure out the best time to turn out the light tonight in order to get the best possible performance tomorrow.

Dr. Francis J. (Skip) Flynn, Psy. D.

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