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write a letter to your school going younger brother or sister who is sleep deprived.advise him or her to make life style changes to his\\her daily schedule in order to get the desired hours of sleep daily.

Asked by Viresh Daga(teacher) , on 15/7/11


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write a letter to your school going younger brother or sister who is sleep deprived.advise him or her to make life style changes to his her daily schedule in order to get the desired hours of sleep daily.

Posted by Palwinder(parent)on 14/4/12

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Dear Balbeer,

I am aware that you are preparing for your X standard board exams this year. As you know, there is a lot of pressure associated with board exams in our country. I have noticed that lately, pressure has been getting to you too. You come home very late at night and leave very early. Mother tells me that you have not been eating properly as well. If you carry on with such a lifestyle then it is going to be harmful to your health in a long run.

I have some suggestions that you could follow for your own well being. First of all, don’t get worked up about the board exams. They are simply exams and nothing more than that. Secondly, get organized. Make a schedule and organise the subjects that you need to study and the amount of time you can spend on each of them. Thirdly, you must sleep at least 7 hours a day in order to remain healthy. Finally, eat very well and do not skip a single meal. I know that this is a tough time in every student’s life. However, remember what George Herbert said: ‘Living well is the best revenge.’

Yours truly,

viresh

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