Rest breaks

“Learn in your sleep.” Have you ever heard of this saying? Of course, you can’t learn a language in your sleep, but many people believe they are better able to remember things they have read or learned in the evening right before they go to sleep. This is because the brain needs periods of rest to be able to process what it has learned. Nighttime is, of course, optimal for this, but it also works well for periods of rest during the day. Here are some tips on how you can organize your learning as well as some hints on what doesn’t work so well.