There are many stresses potentially keeping students awake at
night.


As the new academic year gets underway, new research from
Gocompare has highlighted a number of worries that may be
preventing university goers from getting a good night's
sleep.


According to the study, 65 per cent of scholars suffer as a result
of exam pressure, while 61 per cent are concerned about financial
issues and 53 per cent are getting stressed about juggling their
studies with other commitments.


Young people moving into new accommodation may therefore want to
make sure they have a good bed and mattress to give them the best
chance of getting the recommended hours of sleep.


John Miles, business development director at Gocompare, said it is
unsurprising that undergraduates are most worried when it comes to
examinations and money.


Mr Miles stated: "As the survey results show, students are coming
under a lot of financial and emotional strain for a multitude of
different reasons."


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